2017 September Challenge: Back Where I Come From – Day 26

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26. Does your hometown experience all four seasons? If not, which ones does it skip over?

Yes, unlike here on the Texas Gulf Coast, Anderson County, South Carolina, experienced all four seasons and it was wonderful! Summers were hot, spring and fall were cool and colorful, and winter was cold, just like it is supposed to be.

 

Please join the challenge by either sharing a link to your challenge post in the comments or answering in the comment section. Please visit David’s post over at Random Thoughts and Observations.

Please visit these other challenge participants, too!

Cottage by the Sea

Just Simply Linda

Obsolete Childhood

Ramblings of a Writer

Teleportingweena

Thoughts from Rosebud Lane

About Suzanne Gunter McClendon

I am a South Carolina native, but have been living on the Texas Gulf Coast for 14 years now. David and I have been married for 34 years. Our children are grown. Some are here at home, others are out in the big world doing their "thing". I enjoy genealogy, reading, writing, photography, digital art, fiber arts, cooking and much, much more.
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7 Responses to 2017 September Challenge: Back Where I Come From – Day 26

  1. Suzanne,

    Here in East Tennessee, we do all four seasons. Our moderate year-round climate gives us just enough change that’s noticeable. Don’t get me wrong, when it’s hot it’s hot and when it’s cold it’s cold but we do suffer from the severity of our neighbors further north and south of us. When I complain about the elements I’m also giving thanks that we do not live in northern Michigan or the Florida Keys. I cannot imagine living in these areas where spring/fall barely exists. I’m delighted God transplanted us in the Tennessee Valley. It’s nearly purrfect for us!

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    • Oh yes, you’re living over there in God’s Country, just about the prettiest area on the planet. You are so blessed to get to be there. 🙂
      I’m glad we don’t get winters here like Michigan winters and I want nothing at all to do with the Florida Keys…way too much water around there to suit me!

      Have a blessed day. 🙂

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  3. ghostmmnc says:

    Just like it’s supposed to be! I like that statement! I like that we have all 4 seasons up here, but sometimes wish we had y’all’s, where it doesn’t get very cold at all! Here’s my answer to day 26 question: http://wp.me/p3RE1e-3K6

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  4. kiwinana says:

    Nice, love the thought of having a summer like you in the coming summer.
    Here is my post, https://ramblingsofawriter2016.com/2017/09/26/mcclendonvilla-september-2017-challenge-day-26/

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    • Thanks. Southern summers (here in Texas and in South Carolina) get really hot. My favorite season is winter. I’d much rather be cold than hot, but often we have no winter here in Texas. It got nice and cold most winters in South Carolina. 🙂
      Thanks for the link to your post. Have a blessed day.

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