We've got quite a situation on our hands in Central New York: an adjective shortage. The meteorologists started out using "splendid" to describe the weather, then moved on to "gorgeous," "wonderful," "fabulous." Who knew it would go on so long, this streak of late spring weather?
I don't have enough adjectives to describe my French dictionaries either - a two volume set, each a bazillion pages long, 50 cents apiece. With color plates. Of fleurs, and papillons, and, well, other things in French. They are, like the weather, magnifique.