It's getting old, isn't it? Gosh, it's been so long since I posted...blah, blah, blah.
If anyone, anyone, is actually still reading here, I will be shocked. And flattered.
I think summer has officially ended here. It's turning into an early, cold, wet fall. The boys wear their rain gear to school more often than not. And it rained during our family photo session. And while I actually like rain, I do prefer it when it is broken up by periods of sunshine.
Leaves are starting to turn yellow. Already. Mountain peaks are turning white.
This summer brought a lot of fun. Hubs and I went to France for 2 weeks, my parents took the boys while we were gone. We've had some time in the mountains, but mostly have been enjoying our own front yard and all our city has to offer.
This summer also brought some self discovery. Goals that once occupied my mind have diminished in importance and been replaced. A veil of jealousy has been swept aside to reveal that some things just ARE and that's all right. And new experiences cemented my thought that I know so little of this world and its people. This is what travelling does to me. Seeing a different country and culture, and realizing how well it fits with my outlook.
I see changes in my future. Not quite near, but not so distant as they once were. And I find this comforting.