A Change of Season, Sunday Writing Prompt

This is a post from a few years ago, when it was still possible to travel to a place where there is a notable change of seasons. In my part of Mexico, the changes are not so observable. The hills get lush green in the rainy season and after 6 months or so, get a bit beiger each month until June, when the rain starts and they green up again. Things bloom year round, so otherwise, it’s hard to tell what season it is. For the past 19 years, my years have been broken into rainy season and non-rainy season. Keeps it simple.

For the Sunday Writing Prompt: Change of Season

13 thoughts on “A Change of Season, Sunday Writing Prompt

  1. slmret

    This is lovely, Judy — our seasons are changing — at this time of year, it’s hot, hotter, hottest! We have another heat wve this week and at least into the weekend! I remember one snowfall in Santa Barbara when I was about 7 or 8 years old, and none here unless you travel to the mountains or other areas. Hopefully we’ll all be traveling again before too long — meantime, enjoy your wonderful climate in Mexico!


    1. lifelessons Post author

      Not at all. I chart the seasons by what trees are blooming: Primavera, Royal Poinciana, Silk Floss, Jacaranda, African Tulip Tree, Poinsettia . (Yes they grow to tree size here.) All the other flowers bloom year round.

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