End-of-Summer Thoughts

Sep 6, 2017

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Carol Varsalona

It is now two days after Labor Day. Summer life changes to back-to-school life for educators and children. The temperature also changes to more fall-like days but there are still a couple of more weeks to enjoy the summer season. I plan to do so in an artistic way.

Knowing that summer is the "relax-time" of the year, I look back at its glorious days, record them digitally, tuck them away, and begin the process of organizing memories from other writers and photographers. From my collection of digital inspirations, I will create a canvas of life living moments. These will be artistically rendered at my online, global summer gallery, Sunkissed Summer that I am designing.

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Please peruse other summer digital galleries that I have designed to bring back the summer feeling: Summerscapes, Summer Splashings, and Summer Serenity.

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If you live in the Northern Hemisphere, enjoy your last weeks of the summer season and if you live in the Southern Hemisphere remember the good times of summer.

Stay tuned for the next installment of my end-of-summer thoughts that will include a lesson for the Wonder Ground.

More thoughts on summer can be found at my blog, Beyond LiteracyLink.



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