Summer’s End

Standing at the seasonal gate, careful as a sentry guarding the entrance, is the month of September, the one that spells the end of summer.

Some fear the end of the summer while others look forward to the fall, all depending how hot your summer is or how chilly the coming winter season can be.

But whatever the temperature of the preceding season or the one coming after the fall, people mostly appreciate the change, because we humans like things to change, to break the monotony of the sameness.

Fall in fact embodies the best time of the year for me, personally, as the temperatures are ideal, the scenery is spectacular, and special fall beverages like pumpkin spice lattes are also available.

Our winter is mostly mild and short in duration so the end of summer means that the next 4-5 months are going to be good weather and free of the intense heat that starts from month of April.

Here’s to having a great fall season and enjoying all its treats!

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Written for Six Sentences Story- Guard, hosted by Girlie on the edge’s blog- Denise

Also included, Weekly Prompts- Summers end, hosted by Sue W and GC

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49 thoughts on “Summer’s End

  1. September brings Spring in my neck of the woods, and although the sweetness of that season is welcome it beckons Summer, which I despair of.
    I love visiting countries where you get to enjoy beverages such as Pumpkin Spice Lattes!
    Lovely story.

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  2. I do love the colours, reds, oranges, browns, of Autumn leaves and the coming November evening walks through crispy crunchy woods, but it still seems such a long wait till spring and summer, which seem to be gone in a flash

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