Oh, me too.
And there never seems to be enough garden space to plant everything either.
In a way, this forum is a way to balance things -- with the folks in the warmer southern states posting about how big they're plants are getting, the harvests they are gathering, I end up *TRYING* to do everything earlier than is strictly necessary... or even wise considering the weather patterns in my area.
So last year, I got things planted out way ahead of my usual timing, but the spring weather was great for the cool weather crops and tomatoes, and they did better than I had expected. Peppers and Eggplants, on the other hand, did not fare so well.
This year, in spite of myself, I was ready to plant at last average frost date. So far, the weather has not been cooperating. We're finally getting the tomato planting weather, almost two weeks after Mothers Day and nearly a month after the last average frost date. The trouble is, the cool weathers are at their peak or just starting their harvest cycle.
<sigh> *SOMEDAY* I'll get the succession planting right. On the bright side, I had a LOVELY assortment of salad greens for lunch today, along with the snap peas and carrot thinnings.