Saturday, 2 September 2006

September comes every year, but always a surprise

The warm sunshiny days are eclipsing into that busy time of lunch boxes, notebooks and new teachers. Summer really will be around for a few weeks yet but most of us think of the Labour Day long weekend as the last weekend of summer. True, more alarm clocks will be set to ring and the roads will be filled with those big yellow school busses, but it still is summer.

Summer, by its very nature is an example of long slow days, these days will slowly grow shorter and slowly feel cooler.

This summer has been pretty much average - not too many hot days, not too many cool nights, not too much rain but not dry either. So all in all fairly non-descript. And I have just written a bit over 120 words to say nothing very interesting at all about it.

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