Monday, August 23, 2010

Hello? Hello?

Some mammals hibernate in the winter. I, it would seem, hibernate in the summer. Contrary to many people, summer is my least favorite season. It is when I'm feeling least inspired. Hot weather makes me grumpy, and I find summer clothes uncomfortable. Give me cool temperatures and layers, I say!

Aside from feeling rather uninspired, our desktop computer decided that it had lived a full enough life, and would work for only 10 minutes at a time before turning off. Combine those factors, and you get a 2 1/2 month chunk of dead air in these parts. But we have been busy doing summery things. Saskatoon berries have been picked with friends, and canned with friends (yielding each family with a whopping 18 jars of jam). We have camped in the mountains. (Aha! Summer's two offerings appreciated by me: bountiful fresh produce, and camping!) We have been mosquito bitten, and sunburned, and have celebrated 3 birthdays! We survived one very long week with the papa out of the country. And here we are... August is nearly over. In just over a week Q will be starting kindergarten at the local Waldorf school, and we'll be finding new rhythms and routines.

I hope you'll join me as we find our footing and embark on my most favorite season (fall!!).

7 comments:

sue manchu said...

i feel the same way about summer! so nice to hear someone else who prefers autumn too!

Born to be Vegan said...

Each season has something to offer I guess but I must admit that summer is my least favourite and that fall is my favourite. Nothing is better than a beautiful fall day when the sun is shining and a crisp fall evening with a cup of tea and the leaves changing. Love it!

Birth Routes said...

I'm glad that summer is leaving for cooler air. And my inspiration for all things lovely comes back into swing, like you.

<3

Alanna said...

I love the photo of you and your sweet babe! I also have to join the Autumn Fan Club; it's my favorite season too. But I do love many things about summer, especially the abundance of fresh fruit & veggies and watching my girl run around barefoot in the sun.

DANA said...

I´ll join you, great pic!

Anna said...

So glad you're back. I'm an Autumn type of person too. Must be the love of wool.. I just can't do the hot weather!

Ella said...

aww love this photo of you.
how is the Waldorf program there?