Summer for what little left we can squeeze out of it.
Today is the unofficial last day of summer in Wisconsin and it feels like it. It was too windy and cool to swim this past weekend. But it was a nice weekend to play games, go hiking, and snuggle up by a fire.
September has arrived. Autumn is my second favorite season. I like the cool crisp nights. I’m grateful for the changing of the seasons and the variety it brings.
I’m thankful that my census job took me to beautiful Door County this past week. I even traveled to Washington Island which is the tip of the thumb of our state. I had to travel on the car ferry to get there and back. I felt like an adventurous traveler. I can’t wait to tell you about my adventures!
While on the island, I was as close to a fox in the wild as I have ever been.
I was able to visit with my brother Luke and his family up north for the first time since COVID.
My daughter Angel came home for the weekend.
It will be less than 3 weeks until my daughter moves back home.
I’m grateful to be sleeping in my own bed tonight.
I’m grateful for the time up north with family this past weekend. With everything going on it was the first weekend most of us could be together since Christmas.