"This is the time of year you don't want to get tied down.
You want to be outdoors. I love Chicago in September. Perfect
skies. The Cubs losing. Sailboats on the water. Warm, the sun
still hot... with that occasional blast of Arctic wind to remind
you of winter, keep you on your toes. Students coming back,
bookstores full, everybody busy."
(Robert, the famous mathematician in "Proof," Act II, Scene 1,
as performed by Geoff Peterson of the Princeton Summer
Theater on July 15, 2004.)