July 31 2014 means there’s basically only one more month of summer weather here in the Rockies.
I remember, as a kid, the last day of July always felt like the beginning of the end of summer. My brother and I visited my mother in Kansas during the summer, and once it was over we went back to Texas to live with our dad for the school year.
As I grew up and older and out on my own, it didn’t feel like that so much anymore. I was glad. I didn’t want the beginning or ending of summer to feel sad. But saying goodbye to mom or dad wasn’t fun…and as a kid, summer’s supposed to be all about fun. Isn’t it?
Well, I figured I’d share a very short poem with you about July 31 2014 so you could say goodbye to July. How about you share your memories of July with me?
We know you have to fly.
And we’re not sad
Because it’s nothing bad.
We loved your sun
And all the days of fun.
And we will grin
‘Cause you’ll be back again.