Agreed, probly the coolest and mildest summer weather we've seen in years. My guess is newly relo'ed city slicker feeling homesick and lonely - but thats okay, nothin nobody haint felt at one time or another.
Meanwhile here's coyotes solution for ridding the place of bugs:
Kentucky wildlife includes numerous predatory insects including spiders, scorpions and preying mantis that will clobber whatever other insects annoy you most. If the city starts to bother you then spend time in the woods says me, say adventure to the zoo and/or nearby outdoor parks. Heck, bring long stemmed tweezers plus jar with holes punched in lid for collecting spiders and predatory insects for welcome into yer city home and garden. Bring em home, release and get used to em - then y'all soon learn to not fret over whatever insects bother you most.
And regarding plants, why try anything that aint available as seed in the feedstore? Tomaters oughta grow like weeds and beans are tough as nails. See what ye find at farmer's markets on Dixie Hwy - that'll be melons, pumpkins, squash, cumbers and whatever else folks successfully are growin.
Anyhow thats just my take. Summers are always slowest time of year, look forward to September. You'll be fine, reconnoitre planting fresh garden come May/June or November for po'taters.