Monthly Newsletter July 1, 2022

Without this, humans are unable to taste food!

Here we are in July. The temperatures are up and the thermostats are down. People and are out enjoying downtown. Summer is a great time to be in Prescott. With so much to do around the square and beautiful weather do it! Check out our Community Connection at for all that is going on in and around Prescott. It is also a great time for friends and family to come visit. Once they fall in love with Everybody’s Hometown and want to make it their home, give us a call. We are The deSoto Team, your friendly hometown realtors and we are here to help, whether looking for your dream home, selling your current home……or both!!!

Making dreams come true………one home at a time!

The glowing Ruby should adorn
Those who in warm July are born,
Then will they be exempt and free
From love’s doubt and anxiety.

– Unknown

July 2022 Moon Phases

6th First Qtr.10:14 pm EDT

13th Full Moon 2:38 pm EDT

23rd Last Qtr. 10:19 pm EDT

28th New Moon 1:55 pm EDT

The Full Moon on the 13th is called “Buck Moon” by Native Americans of New England and the Great Lakes, because at this time of the year, the new antlers of the buck deer begin to appear, it has also been called the “Thunder Moon” due to all the summer storms.

The Delta Aquariids Meteor Shower will be seen from July 12 to August 23. They will peak on July 28-29.

The Perseids Meteor Shower will be active during July 17 to August 24. They will peak on August 13.

The Month of July is . . .

Air-Conditioning Appreciation Month

National Deli Sandwich Month

National Anti-Boredom Month

National “Doghouse Repairs” Month

National Picnic Month

Cell Phone Courtesy Month


National Tom Sawyer Days: (aka Fence Painting Days)

7th -14th
Running of the Bulls (Spain)

17th -23rd
Everybody Deserves a Massage Week

24th -30th
National Button Week


2nd- I Forgot Day

10th- Don’t Step On A Bee Day

13th- Embrace Your Geekness Day

15th- National Give Something Away Day

21st- Lowest Recorded Temperature Day (-128.6F Antarctica)

24th- Tell an Old Joke Day

27th- Take Your Houseplant for A Walk Day

29th- National Talk in an Elevator Day

31st- National Mutt Day


Cream Cheese Squares


  • Two (8-ounce) cans refrigerated crescent roll dough
  • Two (8-ounce) packages cream cheese
  • 1-cup white sugar
  • 1-teaspoon vanilla extract
  • ½ cup margarine, melted
  • ¼ cup white sugar
  • 1-teaspoon ground cinnamon


  • Step 1: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease a 9×13 inch pan.
  • Step 2: Press 1 can of the crescent rolls into the bottom of the prepared pan. In a medium bowl, mix together the cream cheese, 1 cup of sugar, and vanilla until smooth and creamy. Spread over the crescent layer. Unroll the second can of crescent rolls and lay them on top of the cream cheese layer. Do not press down. Pour the melted margarine over the entire pan. Combine the remaining 1/4 cup of sugar and cinnamon; sprinkle over the top.
  • Step 3: Bake for 25 to 30 minutes in the preheated oven, or until the top is crisp and golden.

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Andy’s Actually Factual Facts:

  • Astronaut is a compound word derived from the two Ancient Greek words “Astro” meaning “star” and “naut” meaning “sailor.” So astronaut literally means “star sailor.”
  • At birth, a baby panda is smaller than a mouse.
  • The odds of being born on February 29th are 1 in 1461.
  • In Israel, it is illegal to bring bears to the beach.
  • The name for the shape of Pringles is called a “Hyperbolic Paraboloid.”
  • Both Motel 6 and Super 8 got their names from the original prices of the rooms. Motel 6 started at $6 in 1962, and Super 8 at $8.88 in 1974.
  • In the U.S., around ¾ of all houses possess at least one jar of peanut butter.
  • Without saliva, humans are unable to taste food.
  • It snowed in the Sahara desert for 30 minutes on February 18, 1979.
  • When double rainbows occur, the colors of the second arc are always reversed.

*They must be true, I found them on the internet!