Season’s End

Last night we had some neighbors over for a cookout. It was fantastic time, which included some amazing burgers topped with melted hot-pepper blue cheese and buffalo sauce 1. The kids played, the adults told stories, and a good time was had by all.

Then the party broke up, and it felt like time had shifted. Labor day is, after all, the “unofficial end of Summer,” and this evening will be spent trying to get the kids 2 ready for school in the morning. Sure we have one more day to hit to pool, wake up late, and generally putz around, but at sun down it all changes. Come Tuesday, though, life shifts into high gear. It’s a shame the doldrums have to end, but the high gear beckons and all good things come to an end – even Summer.

Ocean City Boardwalk

  1. Which were totally not a waste of time. 
  2. And also my wife. 

One Comment

  1. Peg Horton says:

    Good things may come to an end, but there are wonderful things ahead.let’s look forward as the ” church” begins and develops into better times, and exciting times as God reveals his plans for us!

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