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  1. I shall make it an October project as all three of my children are in college this year, 2 for the first time. So September is dedicated to helping my little-and 6’2”-birdies out of the nest.

  2. I can relate to the comment about sinking relationships! People tend to think of Spring as the time for new things, but why wait. I think I’m off to buy that project planner and see if I can get myself out of the fog I find myself in all too often these days.

  3. Oh, this sounds like bliss…between the birthdays and anniversaries of August to the full throttle of fall in October, September seems to be a place of rest on the calendar to do what I love most…putter around the house working on those projects that got left behind somewhere in spring.

  4. You really did read my mind, Alison dearest…
    After 9 long long months, the various worries, stresses, deadlines and so on are all resolved now – thankfully all for the better too. Now I can find out what my life can be, how I can live, what our little flat can be like…
    And this Project September is perfectly timed – and it is my very favourite season…. well, maybe winter… well, yes, but the anticipation and harvest and nest-building of autumn is somehow…
    Thankyou, thankyou, thankyou!

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