It is the summer’s great last heat,
It is the fall’s first chill: They meet.
–Sarah Morgan Bryan Piatt

Summer is winding down; the kids have returned to school and it’s time to embrace the changing of the season later this month.

The month of September has some remarkable and thought-provoking days to honor our elders, the fallen, and the opportunity to celebrate the cultural influence of our American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America, and South America.

Starting September 3 with Labor Day, this day celebrates the hard work and accomplishments of workers in America and how they helped make the country strong and successful.

Did you know that September 10 is National Grandparent’s day? I invite you to reach out to your elders this month and take inspiration from their lives and stories.

The day following, September 11, is National Remembrance Day, in honor of the people killed in the World Trade Center, 2011.

The month-long National Hispanic Heritage Month begins September 15 through October 15 followed on September 17, by Constitution Day also called Citizenship Day, a U.S. observance that honors the creation and adoption of the United States Constitution as well as those who have become U.S. citizens, through birth or naturalization.

We culminate our busy month by observing the first day of Autumn, September 22, by celebrating the Autumnal equinox.

This is a month of remembrance and inspiration. We gain inspiration from those who came before us and their strength to persevere to make our future’s brighter.

I encourage you to use and share Fleur Inspiration Spray to connect to your own inspiration, your grandparents, and elders, or your heritage as you celebrate yours and your family’s lives and be delighted by the brilliant aroma of Jasmine, Sandalwood, Grapefruit, and Orange.

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