A Goodbye to Summer

A Goodbye to Summer Cornerstone Wealth Management

A Goodbye to Summer Cornerstone Wealth Management

A crisp breeze bites the warm summer. Each remaining warm day is an invitation to bask in the season’s waning glow, a chance to relish the lingering warmth before autumn carries it away.

Some may claim summer is defined by grand adventures and exotic vacations. But, truly, isn’t summer found in the simplest of moments? In the hum of cicadas as they serenade the sunset, the rustling of emerald leaves dancing to the rhythm of a balmy breeze, the scent of ripe peaches as they blush in the afternoon sunlight.

Remember summer now that it’s gone.

Remember the laughter and splash echoing from a nearby pool, the taste of the sea after a joyful dive into the ocean. You found the summer in the barefoot walks on sunbaked pavements, the kiss of cool grass under starlit skies, the thrill of chasing fireflies, their glow magic only summer can conjure.[1]

Summer lives in your memories. The stillness of early mornings, the world holding its breath as the sun paints pastel hues across the sky. And, as the day fades, it’s the lazy haze of twilight, the world bathed in hues of tangerine and lavender, bidding the day goodnight with a quiet sigh.

Summer is in the shared smiles over ice cream cones; the stories told around a crackling bonfire, the shared silence as we gaze at the constellations, a nightly spectacle of celestial beauty. It’s in the sunflowers standing tall; their golden faces turned towards the sun, a testament to their resilience and radiant joy.[1]

As the last days of summer unfurl, each moment is a treasure to behold, a reminder of life’s simple, exquisite joy. Each ray of sunshine is a golden thread, weaving memories that warm us as winter’s chill shakes our hands. The summer’s song may have ended, but its echo lingers in autumn, a sweet serenade to the beauty in the ordinary, the magic in the mundane.

When you are approaching retirement, it’s time to focus on the little things. It’s time to think about all the small moments that have made up your life and all the moments that are coming your way. If you’re looking for someone to help you manage your finances so that you can spend more time enjoying those small moments and less time stressing about your financial plan, [sc name=”comp_review”] to reach out to us today at [sc name=”company_name”].

 

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