September is the start of Autumn

26th September 2020

Hello everyone!  Hope you all had a nice and wonderful week.  Mine was good…just a little of this and a little of that, it’s been some very busy days though.  Outside my window the Hydrangeas are changing colours. I love their pale shade of pink before they completely fade.To start with, I am late for this post.  All we are left with are another few more days to end this month.

Besides I have read that there are many anecdotes that contain the appellation of September.  Such as quotes to music and poetries to stories.  However September is one of the most popular months of the year for expressing sentiments.  And the colours of the leaves have changed to yellows, orange, red and brown.But for the little people, it means the end of the summer vacation and the beginning of a new school year.  Thus the time of year has come about to see mothers and children hurrying in the mornings to get to the school on time.   

Usually September brings the beginning of autumn.  And the weather changes to cooler days.  Furthermore we may start to see some early arrival of pumpkins in the markets. Plus Thanksgiving is on the horizon.Meanwhile, we will be envisaging that Christmas is not far away.  Briefly we have almost passed through the year.  In our experiences we have three months left before the end of the year. Plus another dawn is slowly approaching – The New Year. Eventually the upcoming, and how is it going to unfold.

Despite what the clock may chimes, the daylight will suddenly change.  And eventide will be wriggling up earlier before we even know it.   Unalike our warm sunny days will change over to cold weather but cosy winter evenings.  Just as Begonias loves the cool days of autumn and the blooms are absolutely beautiful.Eventually we are embracing many more months of no get-togethers.  Once again the Coronavirus will wrench families and friends apart. Therefore we will only be thinking of each other with no meetings.  “When is it going to end?”Up until that, roses are still blooming, but slowly fading. And many of them are showing their beautiful rose-hips.Finally friends, that is all for today and let’s hope I am coming back with something more interesting! 

I wish you a marvellous weekend!

1 Comments

  • indianeskitchen

    5th October 2020 at 4:39 am

    WOW! What stunning pictures and the plants growing over the wall, I have never seen anything like that. Thank you for sharing so much beauty!

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