Earlier we had made an offering to the lake gods, which included clam shells, tiny daisies, itty bity snails, and pink and green flowers. We swam and splashed around and ate a delicious meal cooked on the grill.
The air started to have a slight chill to it; and as the children ran around giggling, soaking up the quick seconds of gold remaining, the sun set and the warmth left us and the sky turned gray and the water a darker blue.
And then, we said hello to Autumn and a beautiful evening.
“The world is round and the place which may seem like the end, may also be the beginning.” – Ivy Baker Priest