Yes children, it is August 20th

Well, in one month Autumn will officially arrive and although you may not want to hear that, there it is.

So, time is of the essence here. Get up and get out there and enjoy what little season is left. Meet some friends for coffee at an outdoor cafe or go for a walk in the rain (If you're in Saskatchewan or Scotland).

Go for a bike ride or go get some supper supplies at the shops and enjoy a late supper.

Just do something because in too short a time it will be a winter wonderland out there.

Now go. Get out there.

Comments

  1. Down here in the tropics of Chicagoland we can do all those fun things until after October. As winter begins grip your area we will pray for you.

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  2. We're looking at a summer holiday in mid September.

    :-)

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  3. Well, it was about 100 here yesterday so autumn still feels very very far away. But it's nice to think about.

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  4. drat....
    I've still got about two months to my next "big" holiday when i will be going to bangladesh/nepal with a group from my church.

    looking forward to it lots

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  5. Don't you just love it when things backfire?
    Nice suggestions of things-to-do-before-Autumn though.

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