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Looking Forward To Fall And More

I haven't been blogging for two weeks, but after my sulky entries on midlife crisis, feeling burnt out about work to finding white hair, I felt that I had to step back and redirect my negative energy somewhere else. Indeed, I stayed away from my computer (this was hard) when I'm at home, enjoyed the sun and summer warmth during the weekends, read books on my aging couch until I dozed off, and watched DVDs like there's no tomorrow. My energy level is yet to be charged fully, but I feel that change is ought to happen soon. Like seasons, I know this confusing phase will also pass.

Just as the warm and humid days of summer will soon be gone. Summer 2009 will be a mere memory. I feel that autumn is too eager to arrive as leaves have started to fall. In a few weeks, the temperatures will be cooler and tolerable. By October, fall foliage would have fully arrived in different shades.

Fall is my second favorite season. The air would smell of pumpkin and sweet potato pies, and kids wearing costumes would soon be knocking on my door for trick or treats. I'm more of a trick person, but perhaps I'll be nicer this year (maybe). The bad thing is, whenever I buy bags of sweets for the kids, I'd end up eating them. Is there such thing as a chocolate or candy monster?

I just can't believe how time has flown, but my head is swirling with sweet memories of old and new. I am now looking forward to fall and to what life brings.

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  1. glad you had some time for yourself. take care and relax! :)

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  2. Hi Dyanie, Yes, I really needed that time. You take care as well.

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  3. So what's your number one fave season then? Fall is my fave. Maybe I'll enjoy it more if I live in a state that has four distinct seasons, unlike here in Cali.

    Oh your post reflects my entry today which I called "sometimes the only way is to walk away". You did this, you walked away from the blogworld for a moment. Cool.

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  4. Photo Cache, Spring is my number one fave season. Sometimes, walking away paves way to clearer perspective.

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  5. OMG Kayni! I can't take this summer heat anymore. :( The air is so dry, I was like praying for rain everyday. So, when I opened my window this morning, I was so glad to feel the breeze of "coming" Fall.

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  6. Eden, It's the same here. Last week was so hot and humid. I'm so glad that soon Fall will be here =).

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  7. i like this:

    "I just can't believe how time has flown, but my head is swirling with sweet memories of old and new. I am now looking forward to fall and to what life brings"

    and so glad to that you are feeling refreshed and recharged.

    :)

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  8. Angeli, Thank you. I feel a lot better now =).

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  9. time flies. and my birthday is coming... means i'm getting older. ARGHHH..

    RYC: yes. very frustrating to see our countries not winning the pageant isn't it?

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  10. Hmm I wonder if there is an underlying reason why you had to stay away from your computer? Ok so I'm being nosy :D I beg your pardon.

    Anyways I'm glad you are on your way to a more positive path as the changing of the seasons beckons a sense of renewed hopes and promises. =)

    Enjoy the 'ber' months, Kayni =)

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  11. took a break, ha? i hope it has replenished your energy. :)

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  12. Renaye, Yay...birthday celebration soon.

    It is very frustrating =(.

    Daphne, Big reason for me to stay off the Internet.

    Mordsith, I don't think I'll ever be 100% replenished...lol.

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  13. oh yeah! time really flies so fast. "ber" months is soon to be here. lapit na Christmas.........

    glad to hear that you had some "ME" time. take care always kayni.

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  14. This year, Korea's summer is sooo cool that I'm worried that Fall is gonna be VERY SHORT. -.- Long winter days? (hmmm...)

    I love Fall because our birthdays are coming! LOL

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  15. Tomorrow will always be another day. Crossroads and negativity consume me sometimes, but I'm thinking I should not lose. Lol. Yes, taking an 'online leave' helps.

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  16. Hi Kayni! Glad you had time to enjoy the remaining of your summer days. Take care!

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  17. Blue Rose, I'm so excited - 'ber' months are there...lol.

    Nhemskie, Fall is a time for celebrations for your family then...yaay.

    Wits, Yes, "online leave" gave me time to think. I'll be posting why I've developed some phobia going online.

    Josiet, I'll definitely enjoy the last few days of summer. Thank you.

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  18. i also look forward to after-halloween candy sales, because that's when i can really hoard on candies for myself! haha..

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  19. oh, i suddenly remembered when i taught my then 2 year old niece to go trick or treating and she pronounced the words 'tweet tweet tweet" (with matching scary make up) so my uncles and aunts and cousins gave her generous treats... haha...

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