Everything As We Remember It

August 28, 2014 8:08 PM

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Everything As We Remember It

The pictures we see before us are changing from sand and pails and baseball games, to first day of school uniforms and backpacks, and there are books and screens to look at instead of sunsets. Summer is peacefully drawing to a close, and the season of pumpkins and football drawing near. The beauty of summer is that is that we realize it is finite and so we appreciate each moment it gives us. In a time when we often embrace the bigger and better and the newest and the next, summer is the time of year when we want nothing more than to continue traditions and preserve the past.

Summer at first glance seems like the season where schedules and rigid rules are abandoned readily, but in its essence it is holding close to unwavering routines. It is the routines of summer that we learn to appreciate and cherish in the winter months. In the summer we wave flags and decorate bikes...

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