Even though we celebrated the first day of Fall last week, Summer is having her last hurrah with us in the south this week. We've had constant rain since last Friday, and by yesterday, I felt like we were living in the tropics. When I opened the blinds yesterday morning, all of our windows were steamed up. Yuck. It was way too warm out and way too humid. Today, it's still quite warm (82°) but the sky is a beautiful blue with puffy white clouds. I just checked the weather report, and this won't last, unfortunately. The rain is supposed to come back in later today, and rain through Sunday.
I don't have any Fall projects around the house to show you, but on this last day of the month, I wanted to share something else. The first week of September, I noticed that my page views were just off the chart (for me) and I was understandably amazed and curious. I got more page views in one day than I sometimes get in a week. I looked at my stats more carefully and realized that the two posts being viewed were the posts I wrote about Jan Karon's "Mitford" (Blowing Rock, N.C.) the first year I blogged. It seems that some ladies had discovered my posts and were sharing them on their Facebook pages. It was so gratifying to know that people were enjoying these posts so much, because I loved the Mitford series of books, and we love the town of Blowing Rock.
If you'd like to read (or re-read) about "Mitford," you can find the two posts, Part 1 and Part 2, Here and Here. I'd like to say a huge "Thank You" to the folks who took the time to read what I wrote about this little town and for sharing it with others. Your interest is much appreciated!!! Some of you were kind enough to leave comments, and I thank you for that, as well. :) Thanks to your interest and response, I had the most page views I've ever had, in my almost five years of blogging, this month. I'm sure my fellow bloggers can appreciate how gratifying this is.
So enough about me. Are you having a good week? How is your autumn so far? Are you getting tons of rain like we are here? Here's wishing you a great rest of the week, and thank you for your visit! :)