With Labor Day comes the start
of the Fall season
Goodbye swimming and
sandals. Hello pretty leaves,
pumpkins and cider.
Sure, it won’t be getting cooler for weeks, but Labor Day in the US is the typical dividing line between summer and fall. Fall is my favorite season, and I can’t wait for all it has to offer: pumpkin picking, playing in the leaves, the cool, crisp air, and the bounty of the harvest.
For this weekend, we’re having friends over Saturday afternoon, then having a cookout with family on Monday. Are you doing anything exciting this weekend?
To play along for Haiku Friday, follow these steps:
1. Write your own haiku on your blog. You can do one or many, all following a theme or just random. What’s a haiku, you ask? Click here.
2. Sign the Mister Linky below with your name and the link to your haiku post (the specific post URL, not your main blog URL). DON’T sign unless you have a haiku this week. If you need help with this, please let me know.
3. Pick up a Haiku Friday button to display on the post or in your sidebar by clicking the button at the top.
REMEMBER: Do not post your link unless you have a haiku this week! I will delete any links without haiku!