Thank you very much for taking the time to read my letter. I lived in Chicago this past winter and survived the blistering cold months of icy, snow-piled sidewalks and streets that Mayor Daley decided didn't need to be plowed. Sadly, I had to move out of Chicago just in time for the temperatures to start warming up but lucky for me, my boyfriend still lives in Chicago and has welcomed me back anytime. I have been looking forward to bike rides to the parks, runs along the lake, sitting outside of coffee houses reading my book, walks through neighborhoods, Cubs games in a tshirt and flip flops, BYOB restaurants with outdoor seating, beer gardens, street fests, and all the summer activities this city has to offer which reminds us why we brave it the other 1/2 of the year wearing layers of long underwear, scarves, hats, gloves and expensive down jackets.
However, here I write to you on June 10, not from my balcony, but inside with the windows closed. Normal temperatures for today are 77 and sunny, but instead it is 57 and cloudy. Please accept this as my formal complaint. This is unacceptable as it has been this way the entire month of June and most of May. I would appreciate that you see to this matter immediately and have it cleared up by tomorrow morning at 6am. Thank you for your time!
Sun loving Stephanie
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