Good day readers! It's September 3 in the year 2013, and we are one day past Labor Day (here in the U.S.A. - for international readers I suspect it's just a normal Tuesday). September is a great month as the first of the Brrr (or, if you prefer, Ber) months, leading up to our favorite month, December.
Here in Kansas City, September usually is very consistent in two things: the last heat wave of the year, and ragweed. It's actually been a milder Summer than the past few, with the hottest day of the year reaching 99 degrees, and that was just last week. We are heading into the low 90s again at the end of this week, so I suppose you could consider that a heat wave, but it's quite tolerable. We'll start to see evenings cooling off nicely as Summer winds down.
And even the ragweed hasn't been miserable tihs year. I was outside for quite a while yesterday with very few signs that the ragweed pollen was high. So, I can't complain.
Do you know what else September brings? The start of Christmas music ripping season! Yes indeed. Last night I transferred the first Christmas vinyl of the year to digital. Steps one and two complete (initial ripping, first phase cleaning through the magic of ClickRepair). I also took a bit of time to inventory the selections for this season. I think I have a nice, eclectic selection of music or you to enjoy this year.
And, now it's time to start the work week. Happy post-Labor day all!