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September again!

September again! - Noella Knoll

Autumn’s here! I say it with such sadness in my heart. Each year, I feel that the summer is too short and there are still a bunch of things we did not get a chance to do. A lot of things and activities that we will have to postpone until next year.

I’m a summer girl and my daughters are the same! We are sun worshipers! We love so much being outdoors during the warm summer days that autumn always catches us by surprise.

This morning when I dropped them at the daycare, we saw leaves were falling off the trees. I thought it was a bit early, but suddenly I realized that it was normal. What was I thinking? Within less than two weeks school starts.  My calendar was off. We have been so buzzy this last three months that I totally forgot about it.

In the afternoon when I went to pick them up, my older daughter asked why we doesn’t move to Florida, and live there with grandma. “Good question!” I said. On the way back home, I tried to explain that grandma had her life and her plans, and us we had our house here. And that we would have to get a job first in Florida, in order to be able to live there. I did not get into the visa details, since they were too small to understand it.

The entire evening both of them have questioned me on this topic, as if they were determined to pack and move right away. Because I wanted to find out what was on their mind, I asked them what were the things that they didn't like about being in here. What was so special about Florida and grandma’s house?

Alice replied first, saying that she didn't like that daddy worked the whole day and that she saw him only before going to bed and in the week-ends. Before I say anything, Matilda start telling her that daddy was a constructor, and he took care of the mold removal Montreal. I was surprised that she even knew the word mold. I don't think I had this world in my vocabulary at her age. I was sure she didn't know its meaning. It was so sweet to see her playing the older sister role.

Later on, right before falling asleep, Matilda told me that she will miss her friend Berthie. I asked her why? Then she revealed that Berthie didn't come to daycare because she moved with her parents to Florida.

Autumn’s here! I say it with such sadness in my heart. Each year, I feel that the summer is too short and there are still a bunch of things we did not get a chance to do. A lot of things and activities that we will have to postpone until next year.

I’m a summer girl and my daughters are the same! We are sun worshipers! We love so much being outdoors during the warm summer days that autumn always catches us by surprise.

This morning when I dropped them at the daycare, we saw leaves were falling off the trees. I thought it was a bit early, but suddenly I realized that it was normal. What was I thinking? Within less than two weeks school starts.  My calendar was off. We have been so buzzy this last three months that I totally forgot about it.

In the afternoon when I went to pick them up, my older daughter asked why we doesn’t move to Florida, and live there with grandma. “Good question!” I said. On the way back home, I tried to explain that grandma had her life and her plans, and us we had our house here. And that we would have to get a job first in Florida, in order to be able to live there. I did not get into the visa details, since they were too small to understand it.

The entire evening both of them have questioned me on this topic, as if they were determined to pack and move right away. Because I wanted to find out what was on their mind, I asked them what were the things that they didn't like about being in here. What was so special about Florida and grandma’s house?

Alice replied first, saying that she didn't like that daddy worked the whole day and that she saw him only before going to bed and in the week-ends. Before I say anything, Matilda start telling her that daddy was a constructor, and he took care of the mold removal Montreal. I was surprised that she even knew the word mold. I don't think I had this world in my vocabulary at her age. I was sure she didn't know its meaning. It was so sweet to see her playing the older sister role.

Later on, right before falling asleep, Matilda told me that she will miss her friend Berthie. I asked her why? Then she revealed that Berthie didn't come to daycare because she moved with her parents to Florida.

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Beautician and lover of quality beauty products – both in pharmacy and her cosmetic booth - Noella Knoll will offer recommendations for your beauty and well-being via this blog, and will not hesitate to share her day to day life. An accomplished businesswoman, she adores covering a wide range of topics that impact your life. Watch for her!