Summer is OFFICIALLY complete.
We’re at the lake for the Labor Day weekend. W and I drove up Friday night after school, B drove up Wednesday with the dogs stopping in Lansing along the way, and O arrived Friday after classes. All here, second year in a row.
Yesterday we all worked hard to get the boats, the lifts, and the docks out of the water. We finished our chores just as the rain began early in the evening.
O cooked dinner and we gathered at the table before calling it a day. I was the first to hit the rack, admitting I was too tired for a game at the table.
This morning when I woke, the clouds were gone, and the weather had changed, and it was sunny, cool, and breezy. A perfect day to wrap up our summer before returning home early Monday morning.
O’s cooking breakfast and it smells wonderful here and it’s almost ready. It’s gonna be a great day I know it and I can feel it. So, I’d better jump up, jump in, and seize the day. Making the Days Count, coming together and working together to move from one season to the next.
How was your summer?
5 thoughts on “another complete summer”
the one that lasted for about 2 1/2 hours on that Thursday afternoon…..? 😉
Thank you for popping by MtDC! I think summer is relative to where you are. Ours was hot, muggy, and dry if muggy can be dry. Seems like all of the storms steered around us. Fall is only a few days old, but it is off to a splendid start. Stay well and safe. Peace.
Noooo, don’t say that. Surely we can call it summer till at least half way through September? Please … Indian summer on its way?
YESSSSSSS…. it’s officially fall and it feels like it. It was cool (51F / 10C) this morning and it warmed up (77F / 25C) this afternoon. Feels good even in the shade in my outdoor office. Need to enjoy the time when I can use the office because there is going to be a time when it is covered in snow. Hope all is well. Peace.
I wonder if it’ll snow here this winter? It’s less and less of a ‘thing’ every year. Nope, autumn’s not kicked in here really – though after today’s heavy rain, things may change.