Summer is on its way out. Cooler nights and mornings are in. Our recent trip to Western New York State to visit my son Stuart and his family was a reminder that Fall is on its way. My daughter-in-law’s beautiful summer garden will only last another month. Ruth has worked to create a masterpiece in the front and back yard of their house in Lewiston. Her showpiece will be a part of the Garden Tour next spring.
Our granddaughter, Belle, starts Grade 11 in Toronto after Labor Day. She is now learning to drive and is quite the young lady. The climate is about to change to the beautiful Fall days of colorful trees and leaves.
The remaining 15 days until Labor Day will fly by and fall will soon begin. Soon, I will drag out my fall wreath and table decorations to welcome the harvest season. Soups and casseroles are right around the corner. YUM!
In the next few weeks, I will be preparing a presentation for the Christian Author’s Guild Coffee & Quill Conference. My talk will be about how to write two memoirs and not get a divorce. Although challenging at times, writing our two life stories was a pleasant experience, and we are still together.
Enjoy the last fleeting days of summer and prepare for real climate change.
AUGUST IS THE SUNDAY OF SUMMER (Unknown)