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See? I told you the leaves were starting to turn already. Although, thanks to Maryse and NPR at least I know I’m not old.

I’m not ready to say goodbye to summer so I’ll be making the most of this long Labor Day weekend. Hope you do, too.

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  1. Are you sure summer is ending? It’s just heating up over here, and I’m starting to think it’s never going to end.

    Happy Long Weekend, Carole!

  2. Gorgeous photo. I noticed the leaves changing on my drive to Jersey a few weeks ago. I hate that the days are getting shorter. Hope you have a great weekend.

  3. While I am happy to see the leaves starting to turn since that means winter will soon be here. I am also happy to see that it means maybe the heat of the summer is on its way out.

  4. I’m totally ready to say goodbye to summer. Bye-bye summer! Don’t let the door hit you on the way out!

    Give me Fall. Crisp mornings with cobalt blue skies; brilliant foliage; handknit socks; hot spiced apple cider. Blankets on the bed at night. That’s what I long for. 🙂

  5. If the winters were shorter and sunlight in greater supply, perhaps I’d welcome fall with a little more enthusiasm. Wonderful photo.

  6. My theory on the leaves? We’ve had a slight shift of seasons. It seems to me that each season now starts earlier than it used to. I came to that conclusion a few years ago, from watching weather so I could plan bunny chores.

  7. Very pretty! On my trip up to Maine, I was amazed at how many trees are turning, but then Ken reminded me that at least up here, it is normal. Every year I say how early it is for the leaves to turn and every year he reminds me that it really isn’t….hahaha!

  8. We’re blowing her theory to bits here in Vancouver – our leaves are turning, but we’ve been soaked this summer. What summer? I don’t like this fall feeling already.

  9. I’ve noticed the leaves are changing early this year in Germany, too.

    Have a wonderful weekend, and I hope your weather still feels like summer and not autumn!

  10. I’m a little jealous, Carole. = ) You know I love fall, it’s my favorite season, in New England anyways. I will miss it for sure. Will I miss snow and ice in winter? No. But fall ,ah…that is another story…

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