Thursday, September 4, 2014

Hello September

Greetings and salutations bloggies.  I'm not sure who still reads this little blog of mine but in the off chance that someone is out there, I thank you.  :)

I've been quiet for a while dealing with life and all that it throws at us.  Some things have been heavier and harder to deal with than others but the chaos that is my life, is slowly returning back to normal.  And by normal, I mean "less crazy".

September is here.  Wow, where did the summer go?  I for one, had a great summer.  The ending may have sucked a little bit for me, but all in all it was a great one.  But now it's time to focus on the beginning of  Fall.  Yes we have that season here in Houston.  Well, some days we do and some days it's still Summer.  But on those days that we have it, we love it.  Or I do anyway.  The air is crisp, the leaves change colors, the season of festivals and football  begins. Good times ahead.

So tell me kids, what's been going on with you?   How was your summer? I've missed you guys.  Let's reconnect.  :)

As always, thanks for dropping by and get ready to be bombarded with more mindless posts, sappy love poems and anything else that forms in my head.  I'll think it and you'll read it.  -You're welcome.

And because I love this song and well it's September, I thought I'd share this with you...

Have a great weekend!


David Batista said...

Yay! We can love this month together!

Er, wait ... that didn't sound right. ;)

Anyway, glad to see you back! And, yes, I'm so excited for the return of Football. Go Giants! My brother's a Jets fan, but since he's been living in Houston for the past decade or so, he'll also root for the Texans. So I will, too. He loathes the Cowboys, tho, and for that I'm grateful. Ha!

See ya around! And awesome song, btw. I should know! ;)

Yvonne said...

David- HAHA! I like your brother already! I too, loathe the Cowboys, with passion! Hope you had a great Sunday/Birthday :)

Robin said...

The only thing I miss about living up north is fall. It is so short in FL that if you blink you could miss it.

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