I have to rush the seasons. As a child, it was something to look forward to, a hope for a better tomorrow when my days were so sad.
When I employed as an editor, we worked many months in advance.
Moonlighting at a department store meant rushing the seasons, too. The brief amount I taught was always spent keying lessons to the seasons, to make it topical and more interesting to the students.
Now we are stacking boxes of Hallowe'en cards up for work, too.
But those who dwell in the cold climes get a worried shiver when thinking about autumn coming up so soon. It's not enough warm season, for them. So here's a lil' bee that is still enjoying the high temperatures.
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