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The End Of Summer Blues

We all know the end is near, why not embrace it?

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The End Of Summer Blues
What Am I Going to Do This Summer? | Martin's Musings

As we all get in those last few beach days, mornings of sleeping in and days at the pool, one can't help but be sad at summer's end.

Summer is a care-free time. The weather is nice, families are together, vacations are happening... What could be better? Unless of course you were one of the many people who had a summer job that scheduled you every day. In that case, fall might come as a well-deserved break!

Try not to be sad about summer's end, because after all, it means fall is coming! That means football games, bonfires, pumpkin everything and much more. Plus, it means Christmas is right around the corner!

So enjoy those last few days at the beach while gearing up for a great winter and fall! Soak up the sun, and when you get sad just remember Memorial Day is only a short eight months away!

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