Goodbye My Summer, I shall mourn for you until we meet again.
I had to check on things at our house at the shore. We had an irrigation problem and had people working on it. We had lost most of our grass and plants due to a extremely hot summer and drought.
We left the shore knowing that, although we go back a few times a month to check on things or have a little overnight or weekend trip, it won't be the same. The days have shortened, the darkness has crept in, the sweaters are worn and the tans are all fading away. The breeze whispers colder days and the leaves are changing. All part of the changes of time. Changes that I always have trouble with letting go.
Posted by Lee at 7:30 PM