May is beautiful with May two-four and cottage openings.
June has no holiday, but who cares with school out and summer starting. July is the best, not just because it’s Canada’s and my birthday. It also has 31 hot, long days. Every day is a holiday.
August is a close second and has Civic holiday. September is equally hot and has Labour Day and corn on the cob and beefsteak tomatoes. One slice covers an entire piece of bread.
October is warm with cool nights and beautiful leaves and Thanksgiving. And boy, as Canadians do we ever have a lot to be thankful for.
Nothing lasts forever, even cold November rain, as Guns n’ Roses sang. YouTube it, it will make you feel happy in a sad way.
Goodbye November, and welcome December. It may be dark and cold, but at least it has sparkling lights, family get-togethers and two days off.
How do you survive the dark, cold days of this time of year? Email me at [email protected] or leave a comment below.
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