Of the four seasons, spring and fall are sneezing seasons in Missouri. A high pollen count from wildflowers like yellow goldenrod are wonderful for honeybees but hard on people who have allergies.
According to Cindy Brick's "The Stitcher's Language of Flowers," this is a "sneezing ditty" from the Ozark Mountains:
"Sneeze on Monday, sneeze for fun:
Sneeze on Tuesday, see someone;
Sneeze on Wednesday, get a letter;
Sneeze on Thursday, something better,
Sneeze on Friday, sneeze for sorrow;
Sneeze on Saturday, a beau comes tomorrow,
Sneeze on Sunday, trouble on Monday."