Tuesday, September 21, 2010

The Last Good Day of the Year

That is what today feels like, a nice, pleasantly warm day, falling after the official end of summer. I have been sorta worried about what fall/winter is going to bring, especially in a new place.

This isn't really an update... but I have wanted to share this song with someone at the right time of the year for a long time now, and this is it!

I am feeling better. Watched a gaggle of good movies and one really bad one... prolly will get to them later. But for most of the folks in the Midwest, most definitely for us here in Detroit, this will be the last good day of the year.

8 comments:

LceeL said...

Now that's what I like .. optimism. You have many more good days to come, Mark. And, somehow, I think they'll be this year. I don't think this is the last good one. No. There's gonna be more.

In my bones, man. I feel it in my bones.

Or else that's arthritis.

Annie said...

Very sexy, romantic song. Makes me want to slow dance to it with someone I like an awful lot, and then sit in front of a fireplace, talking softly, drinking hot cider and seeing a full moon and the stars out of the window in the night sky:)

Jonthy, Alice the uppity white cat's babysitter said...

Mark, Happy Autumnal Equinox.
At first I thought the song was pretty sad until I listened carefully to the lyrics:

"All the leaves are turning
Autumn's fingers burnished
Furnished here in hope and in faith in the meantime"

It's a positive message. Believe in hope and faith.

That corgi :) said...

glad to hear you are feeling a bit better, Mark. there is always hope of an Indian summer, so maybe this isn't the last good day of the year.....or come to So. Calif. We are due to have 100 degrees this weekend

betty

Bucko (a.k.a., Ken) said...

Expect there may be a few more gems before the nasty weather hits.

Toon said...

Well there's that whole Indian Summer thing that's always a nice surprise -- usually in October I think.

Thomas said...

If not for the six earrings (that make his ear look like a spiral notebook), you would think this was a song from 1965.

I enjoyed it- thank you for posting it!

Sarcastic Bastard said...

I'm in Ohio, and I know what you mean.