Summertime SadnessTuesday, August 13, 2013
Before we get to that, check out this awesome new song; I heard it on the radio the other day and thought it was lovely. SUMMERTIME SADNESS by Lena Del Ray
Farming is really a dead career, if you ask me. Maybe in the southern states and other places, it has a better reputation but, in New York, it’s fast becoming out-of-style. My family, we hold onto something that we all know will be over soon—just like the captain goes down with the ship.
Anyway, farming takes up a lot of my time, time that I try to reserve for writing more posts and continuing the blog. During the school year, I live at school so I have all the time after homework to work on the site. It’s really sad, when I can never get to posting. I start the day, as soon as I get up, getting ready to go to the farm to work. I don’t return home until the evening and, by then, it’s time to have an hour to read and go to sleep.
I wanted to write this post because I was inspired by this song to write about what made me sad in the summer. Plus, I want you to know that I haven’t forgotten about you and my books; I’m extremely busy. College will be starting soon so it should get a lot better. Also, in the next few days, a new reviewer will be joining The Bucket List, which will definitely make posting seem a lot easier. I’m not trying to put a damper on your last days of summer, but