A Year to be Happy

January and new beginnings

Followed by intense wrestling in February

Little old ladies in their gardens at the end of March

Listening to a good record during an April shower

Only to bring May flowers

Scorching hot days in June spent by the pool

Freckles on your face by the start of July

Fear and excitement for school to start in August

The absolutely perfect September day

Pumpkin hunting and scary movie watching all October

Sitting around a fireplace drinking hot cocoa in November

December spent with family and realizing how grateful you are

A year to be happy

 

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