For those of us in the northern hemisphere who have suffered from a terribly hot summer, the first day of September brings with it the hope for a cooler tomorrow. While here in the Southeastern US we are still dealing with the heat (and a tropical storm to boot), we know that autumn is on its way.
When the autumnal equinox hits here in Georgia, the only transitional experience we have is the tilt of the sun on the horizon. The heavenly shadows created as the sun moves further south in the sky gives us a reason to pause and reflect. Sad that summer is coming to an end, we rejoice in the cooler and less humid days that are rapidly approaching.
September is the herald of things to come. Good things. May September bring with it a beautiful autumnal season for my fellow readers north of the equator, and a beautiful spring season to those south of it.
Ahh, September. The not-quite-cool month of the autumnal equinox.
September, I love you.
What a hot, hot summer we had down here in the South. Fall cannot get here soon enough for me, though in my corner of Georgia it doesn’t really begin to cool down and dry out until early November.
The way the shadows fall at a steeper angle as the sun makes its way toward the western horizon.
The way the air feels a bit crisper, even though the thermometer screams SUMMER!
September, you will always be my favorite month of the year.
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Yesterday, Mr. LaVeaux and I were out on the deck enjoying a brisk afternoon complete with a cloudless, expansive blue sky. The breeze was crisp, there was low humidity, and while reveling in the first taste of fall my thoughts turned toward yarn.
Anyone who knows me knows how much I like to make things with my hands. It’s a passion (more…)
Today marks the first day of fall, and I couldn’t be happier. The weather here in my part of Georgia is cool and overcast. Just a perfect day for lying in bed, reading and relaxing.
May each of you have a colorful autumn, and may the weather gods smile upon the Southeast and grant us drier air in the coming weeks. 🙂
September is one of my favorite months, mostly because it signals the end of summer and the promise of cooler, crisper days ahead. Nothing sounds nicer to someone living in the Southeastern United States than a weather forecast of 70 degrees and low humidity.
Bring it on!
This summer was a whirlwind. Heck, this entire year has been one big blur. I can’t really recall anything outstanding that’s happened this year, with the exception of my completing the second draft of my first novel last week. Now that I’m done with this phase of writing, I can breathe in the coming change of season and finish the final edit. (more…)