The nights before the summer solstice have a beauty only found in those few days leading up to it. The moon glows with vibrant splendor displaying a delightful spectrum of light and color. The crickets sing in a symphony only allowed in those summer nights. The fireflies begin to decorate the nights teasing to give their light to whoever can capture them in their grasp.
The drop of temperatures in the evenings does not allow for tedium and it offers a respire to the heat of the day. The moonlight invites to a slow walk looking at the stars in their courtship to the moon.
The smell of fresh cut grass fills the senses. A few more days, and it will be summer.