Golden leaves fall from trees nearly forsaken by a fading Summer sun. Smooth breezes gently grasp them and lay them to rest upon cars, streets, sidewalks. The nights become cooler as people sit on their decks and Citronella candles can no longer hold flames. Children can be heard faintly laughing as they ride their bikes into limited Summer sunsets, before it is back to school buses and cross guards. Memories of endless nights and summer flings begin to seem faint as the season begins to retreat into hibernation. We wait months for Summer and before we know it we’ve lived through heat ridden days that turned into months. We’ve laughed our way through countless seconds and not once did we see signs of change until now. Until things started feeling different, until we looked to the calendar to inform us that Summer had ran its course.