What Does September Means to You?Hello everyone! Hope you all had a nice and wonderful week. Mine was good…just a little of this and a little of that. I had been absent from blogging for over a fortnight, it’s been some very busy days though. But here I am and it is all about SeptemberI have read that there are many stories that contain the appellation September. From quotes, music and poetry. September is one of the most popular months of the year for expressing sentiments. And it reminds me of sunflowers.
If you are charmed enough to be living in a corner of the world where you acknowledges the seasons, you will know what I am trying to express. You may not have to be living in a zone where the climate changes every season, you can still have the feelings of September. It is the time you start to see the scarecrows here and there, in the fields, on the farms, or in the gardens at home. For the little people, it means the end of the summer vacation and the beginning of a new school year. It is the month that shops are busy advertising educational materials, uniforms, school bags and many more things that interest mothers and children. It is the month you see mothers and children hurrying down the residential alleyways in the early mornings, on the run to get to the school on time – many of them will be future leaders of tomorrow.
September brings the beginning of autumn and together the weather conquers the heat and we starts to get cooler days. We may start to see some early arrival of pumpkins in the markets, and thinking of families and friends since Thanksgiving is on the horizon.It is a month that makes us think a lot. A lot of us will be thinking that Christmas is not far away. We start to realise that we have come to the end of two sunny seasons of spring and summer. Being September means we have almost pass through the year, and thinking what next since we have three months left before we end the year. It is like there is a new ship that is about to enter our harbour, “What is next and how it will unfold.”Despite what the clock may chimes, the daylight will suddenly change and eventide will be wriggling up earlier before we even know it, changing our warm sunny days into cold and cozy winter nights. Simply for me, September is a month I will be thinking of families and friends, since I will be drawing invitations in my mind that soon I will be inviting some of them round for a Thanksgiving dinner. I cannot deny September, it has arrived!
Well friends, this is all for today and let’s hope I am coming back with something more interesting! Love you and leave you – Wishing you a marvelous weekend!This post is my property