Miss September is reasonable, understanding and open-minded.
My dear readers….this is the ninth in my gender series of the months of the year.
To see the other eight months, …..click below.
To see Miss January, click here,
To see Miss February, click here,
To see Mr. March, click here
To see Miss April, click here.
To see Miss May, click here.
To see Miss June, click here.
depending on your point of view…and Mr. July!
And of course Mr. August!
According to the Old Farmers Almanac…the word September, is from the Latin word septem, “seven,” because September had originally been the seventh month of the early Roman calendar.
Of course we know it today as the ninth month of our current calendar year.
Miss September’s entrance is usually cooling….
……..as she gives us the respite for which we are so ready, especially after the hot, sticky and sultry Mr. August left many of us still trying to catch our breath.
You may not be aware but Miss September is the whole package!!!
She is soooo charming, and she is open-minded.
She loves with her heart and soul, however, she tends to get bored easily.
Let’s not forget, she can over-think things a bit and she can be quite the perfectionist.
BUT….she is also very affectionate and she loves to travel which excites her vivid imagination; the downside of that is, she might over eat, but just a tad.
Most importantly, she is the happiest when she is in a relationship, she can be the solitary one, but she prefers companionship.
Look at her gemstone….in all of it’s radiance….The Sapphire!!
Wow! What a brightly shining gem.
And her flowers are the beautiful aster …..
…..or Good Morning you beautiful morning glory!!!
Both of these flowers quietly scream-out look at me.
Charming indeed! Which makes Miss September so endearing and fun to be around.
If you are thinking adventurous…why that is right up Miss September’s alley.
You won’t find anyone more appreciative of everything…no matter how large or small, than Miss September.
However, she might tell you in the most provocative way to chill out, stay cool.
Do you know Miss September?
I just happen to be related to one….My lovely grand-daughter who surprised me on her birthday!
Is there any doubt?
Ecclesiastes 3: 1,2
“For everything there is a season, A time for every activity under heaven. A time to be born and a time to die, A time to plant and and a time to harvest…….”
Rita C. says
I love September! Ours came in true to your descriptive words – cooling, and what a respite it was. We were expecting Ida to be more fierce but she turned northward and we were spared of the post-tropical storm, only to have beautiful sunshine and cooler temps following. It is a wonderful month to travel, and a welcome winding down in the garden.
Happy September, Kari! Looking forward to table inspiration next week!
Sorry to be so late; been very busy. I love your Ms. September. My mother was born September 12th, and she was the perfect mother for me. Calm and cool. Nothing like my volatile June.
Margaret Holland says
Hello Kari darlin
It took me a while to get the concept and then the penny dropped; it’s people born in each month who have those traits!!. I was reading it as if each month had it’s own character.
I must go back now and read February.
All good with Philip and I in Dublin Thank God.
So good to know you are doing well.
Love and hugs x x
So glad to hear from you Mags….from across the pond and hear that you and Philip are doing well. I think of you often my dear friend and one day we shall see each other again. Blessings to you and stay well. Hugs and much love
Everyday Living says
Kari, I always enjoy seeing a post from you. It was so delightful to read about Miss September again. I welcome her with open arms. Happy and blessed September my friend ♥️
Oh Pam, what a blessing your friendship has been over the years…every day is a new day given to us. Bless you and Butch and your sweet family. Hugs
Trudy Bolejack says
My dear ‘sister’ and friend,
You are such a blessing in your ”Me and My Captain” posts and all your other efforts. God has blessed you in so many ways. Thank you for sharing your love and gifts.
thank you Trudy….I hope you and yours are feeling better and will soon be back among us. Praise God from whom all blessings flow!
Aww very sweet post gma! Love u!
You are definitely Miss September, the whole package!
Pam Richardson says
Kari, how I enjoyed reading your lovely post! I welcome Miss September. I had gorgeous asters years ago and they always bloomed profusely. I am thinking I should plant again! Have a wonderful Wednesday!
Thanks Pam, Asters are so pretty aren’t they? Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.
Interesting post. Hopefully we both have a great Sept w/o injury with 2 storms heading our way.
true Carol…thanks for stopping by.