No … there's no emergency. Don't get your shorts wrinkled. I'm simply reminding you that Thursday is the first of May -- May Day.
To Catholics, it's a time of reverence for Mary, the blessed mother of Jesus. In the former Soviet Union, it was a military celebration with huge displays of armaments paraded through Red Square.
Of course that may have just been moved to Ukraine. But for Arizonans, May Day has a totally different significance. This is the time of year when residents of the valley begin glancing with wide-eyed terror at their thermometers -- waiting, knowing, helplessly anticipating.
It's the time of year when TV weather forecasters warn viewers the sun could kill and so could their steering wheels.
OK, 100-plus degrees is right around the corner. It will be hot for several months But considering what Oklahoma, Alabama and Georgia have been going through, I've got a great idea. Shut up!
I'm Pat McMahon.