Saturday, September 22, 2012

Don't Let The Door Hit You...

I am counting down the minutes. Not to be wishing my life away, but I've never been so glad to see summer end.


Celebrating the fall equinox at Equinox Farm.

14 comments:

Alice said...

Happy Anniversary of your acquiring the Equinox Farm!!! It's looking more beautiful every year!!!

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Me too! I loved the summer and felt like I had enough good warm days, but enough already--Let the parade of colors begin!

Mimi Foxmorton said...

A Blessed Mabon to you all, luv!

*hugs*

Mimi
The Goat Borrower

Shirley said...

This season always reminds me of the Johnny Cash song "I still miss someone"- I'm going to try to incorporate that into my Sunday Stills post.

The Dancing Donkey said...

I usually hate the coming of Fall and Winter, but not this year. It has been one brutal summer.

Tombstone Livestock said...

that seems to be the general feeling from everyone, no matter where in this country they live. Someone once told me Fall is the best of the seasons since it has 2 names, Fall and Autumn. Let's hope this one is ..........

Dianne@sheepdreams said...

Double Happy Anniversary!! Hope it's a great day for you. (and I'm with you - summer was the pits - in more ways than one!)

Tree Hugger - Suzan said...

Love your mailbox!! I'm with you!! Dislike the summer --- LOVE the Autumn!!

Christine said...

Amen.

Terry said...

I like Fall, except it means that it will be Winter any day now. Our winters are long and brutal.

Sheepmom said...

It's been a tough summer no matter where you live. I love the heat, but I'm happy to know my animals and people friends are more comfortable. I also love the seasonal food - grape pie, pumpkin ice cream, winter squash, potato soup - so it's OK. It's time.
Happy Fall!

small farm girl said...

Yea Fall!!!!!!!!!!

Mary said...

I love autumn, but will also miss summertime. Though i will not miss the dry 90 degree days. Summer in the Pacific Northwest is so unlike the soaking wet winter. :) Our lawn is kind of like straw, and soon it will be green again! Happy Fall to you!

Far Side of Fifty said...

I have the same sentiment about summer this year..I sweated the summer away..now I may have to wear snowboots for work this next weeks as it has turned cold:(

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