First off--HURRAH FOR THE FIRST DAY OF AUTUMN!! Never mind it was a hot one and likely set a record--it's just a matter of time now (and I'd swear, that is if I had a memory, that it's been the greenest September I've ever seen. Probably all that rain!)
So it was fun to put up a few autumn decorations today.
Got another illustration done for the first section of my avarii essay--four down and one to go!
And since it was so warm, I got to enjoy wearing one of my favorite at-home tops: the t'DoL top Brandi got me last summer. I loveses it! It couldn't fit better if I'd been strapped down and wrapped in measuring tape, and I like the little cap sleeves. And since I wear it at home, it doesn't matter it's a heat-attracting black color. Thanks again, Brandi! I'm really enjoying having it. =)
I'm curious. Do you measure the start of autumn differently? Obviously, most people count it as being the start of September. I noticed it was the Spring Solstice yesterday though (Autumn for you). Do you count it by that? Or has there been some particular turn in the weather?
I observe the beginning of the seasons by when the equinoxes/solstices fall. Though yes, most people consider autumn as starting after Labor Day (early September) here, when the school season kicks in...and spring certainly doesn't start until well after March 21st in my state!