September often passes by in a blur. It's one of those in-between months where it's neither summer nor autumn.
🍂 Leaves start to slowly change their colors, summer heat is gradually fading, and the smells of summer change into scents of autumn. Last flowers are blooming, the forests change subtly, and days are growing shorter. It's a time of renewal where no one can bear to be indoors. The farmers’ markets have everything from tomatoes to pumpkin. Chilly weather and comfy knits are ahead and summer is left behind.
🍂 Nothing marks the end of summer like Labor Day. It's right after Labor Day that kids are back at school and Halloween candy shows up in stores. This great holidayis dedicated to the social and economic achievements of North American workers and pays tribute to their strength, dedication, and hard work. Becoming a federal holiday in 1894, it is celebrated with parties, parades, and athletic events. The very first Labor Day parade in the United States was held on September 5th, 1882, with roughly 10,000 NY workers participating and they were all on an unpaid leave.
🍂 If you're enthusiastic about celebrating this remarkable holiday, throw a small Labor Day get-together. Invite friends and family for a barbecue in the garden, or organize a cozy little dinner party. Orhead out for the nearest fireworks display. You worked hard all year-round and now it's time to celebrate. Here's to workers and their achievements!
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