Can you believe it's almost Fall?
The Autumnal Equinox is tomorrow, September 23, where you will have exactly 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of night before the days start growing shorter and the nights start getting longer until the Winter Solstice in December, when the trend starts to reverse.
Of course if you work for a living, every shift seems long no matter what it's like outside. 😏
I also know it's almost Fall because the TV Guide says so.
After all, all the new Fall shows are scheduled to begin tomorrow as well.
Then again, with streaming services, DVDs, and every channel imaginable in competition with each
It used to be you could tell the seasons by what sport was being played, but nowadays a lot of the sport seasons overlap, PLUS you have cable channels that show classic games of any sport at any time regardless of what day it is.
Of course Congress doesn't help matters either, altering Daylight Saving Time the way they do.
This year it started before the end of March and won't end until after Halloween.
Sometimes I wonder if Waxy Dragon was right when she suggested taking the hour away from the Fall and Winter months and giving it back during the Spring and Summer.
After all, despite my name, I prefer the good weather from mid-Spring to early Fall.
While watching the leaves change color is pretty, during the true, colder Autumn, let alone Winter I prefer to stay indoors where it's nice and warm.
Hey, can you blame me?
I may be a puppy but I'm not stupid.
The end of the year may have the better holidays with Halloween, Thanksgiving, and especially Christmas, when one can stay home and enjoy the companionship of family and friends (and if you thought I was going to mention presents, I'm not greedy).
Yet to be out and about during the Spring and Summer, enjoying the fresh green grass under one's paws, the warm sunshine🌞 on your fur...
Yet when it comes to trying to figure out what season you're in at any given moment, there is one question that may never be truly answered to anyone's satisfaction.
"Is it Duck Season or Wabbit Season?" 😉
And on that note♫, have a great week everybody and please be back with us again next weekend for more Sunday Funnies!—AtP.