I know many (most?) of you are summer fans, but I will not miss it at all. I did better trying to live in the moment this year, and not wishing it away, but it was not a good summer for a lot of reasons, and I'll be happier than usual to say goodbye.
The weather here in Philadelphia promises to feel summer-like, fortunately without any humidity, and we have no specific plans, which is nice, since I'm enjoying the feeling of not being scheduled for anything.
I do hope to finish the socks I'm knitting, which is completely doable, since I have only the toe on sock #2 to complete. I'm hoping to start my next stitching project, and I also want to see if I can organize a gift for my great-nephew's 50th birthday on October 1st. What is rattling around in my brain and reality may not be compatible - we'll see.
I'm sure there will be some outside time as well. I think The Tim has things he wants to do around the house tomorrow, and he works on Sundays, so at a minimum I'll take some walks with Hamlet. He is always happy to join me, whether we are going around the block, or on a long ramble.
Here's hoping your last weekend of summer is enjoyable, and that fall will hold some good things for all of us. :-)