Summer ends and autumn comes, and he who would have thought it otherwise would have high tide always and a full moon every night." - Hal Borland
Summer is definitely winding down.
There are a few lingering flowers blooming in my garden, their colors muted. The grass is growing much slower. I am savoring the last of the tomatoes from the farmers market. Pumpkins are showing up to purchase. Formerly vacant store fronts are transforming into Halloween shops. No more jumping into the lake, too cool to be comfortable in a wet swimsuit on the boat. A light coat in the morning gets shed by midday. Wondering when my flip flops will have to be set aside...and what will take their place. Projects turning from outside to inside. Throwing light blankets on the beds. Making mental notes of plans to make for next summer. Remembering summer memories with a smile on my face...
What does the end of summer look like in your neck of the woods?
Thank you so much for stopping by!
Enjoy the last days of summer!