If We Were Having Coffee // Summer is Over and I am Sad Now

7 thoughts on “If We Were Having Coffee // Summer is Over and I am Sad Now”

  1. Oh Lisa, I feel the same way about winter, and can relate to being in the snowy mountains.
    Love the costume ideas. We do a family theme. Last year, the boys were the presidents from Mount Rushmore. I was Betsy Ross. This year, it’s Greek Gods. As soon as I’m done painting rooms, I’m going to have to start sewing for the 6 of us. I want to be Athena. This week, I painted my hallway and the rest of the living room daffodil yellow. It’s already made me feel better about winter coming. My marathon is less than a month away. I’ve been trying to mentally and physically prepare for it.


  2. Taking time off is absolutely necessary to break up the monotony of life. Good for you planning to take more days. I took the whole week off to spend it with my children. We went crabbing, to an amusement, and an animal park. It was a great week! I hope you all have a great time staying up, drinking and eating food. That’s sounds like my kind of night! I need to start reading again….life gets in the way! Perhaps now that my children are going to bed on time I’ll do that in my me time.

    I enjoyed having coffee with you! Have a wonderful Labor Day and week ahead!


  3. Excellent costume ideas. Halloween is my partner’s favorite holiday too, and since I’m dating an archaeologist I think we should be Indiana Jones and… someone. I can’t think of a good pair for that one. Not an easily recognizable one anyway.


  4. Happy (belated) Birthday to your Lovely Lady!

    I am feeling a bit of a work slupm…not because I don’t like my job, just because it’s still new (3 1/2 months in) and I’m exhausted with all the learning and the ever-growing to-do list. I’m curious, what *do you do?

    I’m also sad to see summer go. The season is shifting quickly and I’m not quite ready yet…though I *am looking forward to cozy days curled up on the couch with some hot tea and some crochet instead of pulling weeds and wrangling fruits, veggies, and animals ;-)


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