Sunday, September 02, 2012

Now We're Talking Autumn


Autumn is here, we're enjoying the start of September (my favourite month) with family activities: learning to walk, tacos, cycling and playing.

No more midnight sun for us, the evenings are darker as we speak. I have to bring out my tea collection!

I'm forty in less than three weeks. I wonder how that happened. Will have plenty of cosmos to deny/celebrate/forget/party on. I'll let you know.

Have a good week! You should watch Kon-Tiki if you get a chance.

11 comments:

Di said...

Happy autumn to you!! I too love September and October. This September though I am chasing the sun, since I have hardly seen it all summer here in Scotland - it's been so wet and cold. I am off to Spain, Portugal and Switzerland and then to Italy.

I will look out for the Kon Tiki movie. I went to the Kon Tiki museum when I was in Oslo a few years back as I was enthralled by the story as a child.

God som Grønn said...

Åh, du må jo vise frem hva du fant på loppiset i dag!

Jeg er helt enig med deg, september er den aller beste måneden. Ikke for varmt, ikke for kaldt, ikke pollen, ikke myggstikk, høy blå himmel med sol, skarp og frisk luft, loppemarkeder, sopp og får-i-kål pluss koselige innekvelder. Den norskeste måneden av dem alle, spør du meg ; D

Tracey said...

Yes somehow the start of september is welcome, my kids start school now in 3 days and then finally I get some time to get on with my work again, ohhh and Happy birthday, being 40 is realy not too bad!!

likeschocolate said...

I did 40 last year and it wasn't do bad. I didn't realize your birthday is around mine. I am the 17th. Is A walking? We had one step here today. I am thinking she will be walking in the next couple of weeks.

50 and counting said...

The evenings are getting shorter here in Alberta. The sun is gone by 20:30.

It's down to 7C overnight.

40 was a far easier birthday than 30 for me.

Your children are beautiful. When mine were that age there was always a Norwegian Elkhound at their heels!

ibb said...

Autumn is also my favourite moment, the change of colours...we will have to wait a bit, although weather has changed in last days.
Don´t worry about 40s...just enjoy them with a big autumn party!

Jenny said...

My favorite time of year is approaching, too, except that it's Fall here of course. Happy early birthday. I made it through turning 40 AND 41 so far. Yikes!

Satsuki said...

I love autumn too. Tomorrow, the kids get back to school and this is definitely the sign of autumn. Even if the weather is still sunny and reasonably warm… 

I turned 40 this year and still wonder how it is possible. I think my mind stopped at 32 or 34… but I can feel that my body didn't !

Teresa said...

Hey - a big month for you my dear! It doesn't seem so long ago we were celebrating my 21st together in good old Bordeaux ;-) Where did the years go?! Enjoy your start to Autumn! Here in London we're enjoying some beautiful late summer sunshine which feels like such a gift... :-)

christinelaennec said...

Happy September! Autumn rarely disappoints.

And happy birthday when it comes. I say, don't get worked up about multiples of 10. What if we had a differently-based number system?

Manuel said...

Those numbers are essential to many people as a result of they make their fortune with stocks. Ezejunlie C and Ogono (1990) "Basic principles in managing research projects", Onitsha, Africana publisher p He figures that when he gets a little older, he'll simply invest $4000 a month over a ten year period into a similar 8% account. There are also those who have lost as well. Reid "Some of these companies were heavily invested in real estate, so they're feeling a crunch right now.

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails