Yes, I’ve finally found an SD card adaptor, and yes, I haven’t been active in the past four weeks. But I still have three days in the month, so I haven’t broken my promise just yet! Anyhow, here is the September morning in its dragonfly-filled entirety:
A bit too miserable for my liking, but that’s a misty autumn morning in Hong Kong for you. Most of the time we do get plenty of leftover sunshine, but it’s not always strong enough for my ol’ camera to capture. I also have a picture of some people canoeing across the Victoria harbor that may be of interest, but I haven’t found a micro SD card adaptor yet. *smiles* Wait hey here it is!
I’m working on (=thought of what to write in) a few posts that will hopefully be up before the end of the month: two Glee episode reviews and (pending!) some social commentary. I don’t want to discuss sensitive issues and end up having political Internet fights too often because, frankly, that’s not something I enjoy. So we’ll have to wait and see how that goes.
Hello September, and hello school! Love the ability to write posts full screen, by the way – is it new or has it been around for ages? Yes, another summer gone with me not being able to blog as much as I’d liked. But time to write always comes with school, so now I really promise there will be posts coming your way throughout the fall.
Some people don’t like September because school is starting, but, for me, September’s arrival is a relief. This week we had one of our rare showers and I’m glad to say it did cool the city down a little. And now dragonflies are dancing outside my window, which means more rain is coming! I’d rather have school and breezy weather than have no school and have to play around in the sun. I don’t mean it’s bad – it’s just that I’m really sensitive to hot weather and sun rays and…you get what I mean.
(I’ll post a picture of the dragonflies when I get hold of an SD card adaptor.)
So, to everyone who’s starting school, good luck and have fun! To those in Australia etc. who haven’t had their summer holidays yet, keep working hard. 🙂 And to those who have worked through the summer, thank you. School may stop, but life must go on, and without all of you society would not be able to run properly. (Grammar fail.) Yours, a student.