Here in the Northern Hemisphere (where there’s a good chance you’re reading this from), it’s the summer solstice. Today marks the day with the longest amount of sunlight of the year. The farther from the equator you are, the longer the day is. Here at my home in Indiana, sun-up to sun-down is exactly 15 hours. Tomorrow will be 3 seconds shorter: 14 hours 59 minutes 57 seconds of sunlight.
I’m really much more of a winter guy, but I there are some things I love about summer!
Now, let’s take a trip in the Wayback Machine to Will Smith & DJ Jazzy Jeff’s classic:
Happy Summer Everyone!