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It's Time for Summertime!

At last, the vernal equinox has ushered in summer's sunny(ish) splendor! Warm breezes, colorful flowers, and most importantly - expanded yogurt hours to satisfy our frosty cravings. That's right, swirlers, we’re officially back with summer hours: 11am to 9pm Sunday-Thursday, open to 9:30pm Friday and Saturday.

No more must we twiddle our spoons in eager anticipation until the afternoon lull. From this day forth, (until whatever day we start expecting a ton of snow,) the morning's first rays will be heralded by the vainglorious humming of yogurt machines, beckoning us to indulge the coolest, tangiest hobby mankind has seen since the invention of cheese. Two additional hours each day to delight in swirled serenity before the summer sun sets.

Just imagine - a midday respite from the blazing heat, where you can seek refuge amongst the glistening cups of frozen happiness. Or a post-work reward for surviving another day of spreadsheets and meetings, swapping that stale office air for wafts of cool frosty deserts. At 11am, you could even make it a ceremonious start to your morning, fortifying yourself with sweet probiotic yogurts and a kaleidoscope of fresh fruit before greeting the day’s trials.

However you choose to celebrate summer's unofficial start (although it’s basically official because it’s Suzy’s summer), one thing is certain - with this expanded schedule, the opportunities for refreshing yourself are virtually endless (so long as they take place during set business hours).

So grab your new Swirlz-inspired graphic spoons and prepare your palates. A summer of infinite frosty potential lies ahead, ushered in by the siren song of whirring machines and happy families. Let Suzy's Swirl be your oasis of creamy cool refreshment. Who's ready to swirl all day and night with me?

And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.

– F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby


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