Season of Smile: Late Summer

In the Chinese way of thinking, we have five seasons. Late summer is a season you may not recognized.Image

Late summer can be that time when the summer evenings become a little cooler and the tomatoes lay heavy on the vine. The oaks start dropping mostly green acorns. You might even notice some of the trees loose there intense summer green and start fading to a more gentle yellow. Late summer can also be described as the pause as four seasons we are familiar with change.

The late summer smile is slow and gentle– like the secret mum’s smile she only has when she is watching her children and she doesn’t know anyone is watching her.

The late summer smile is like a hug. It warms you from the inside and leaves you feeling well cared for and unconditionally loved.

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About Jules

Prairie-born artist learning to live in the trees and creating paradise in our backyard while listening to the music of a big-hearted, growing boy discovering the world and writing a few songs of her own.
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