As a student, I'm obviously sad that my 3 month long break has passed so quickly and classes are starting up. On the other hand though, it's nice to get a fresh start on another school year, see many of the friends who were out of town for the summer, and get back in the groove of things!
Despite the fact that I am not a student anymore, I am still sad when I think about the end of summer - and I get even more 'depressed' when the first real autumn days with slimy weather and cold arrive.
Summer is my favourite month and it offers loads of things and opportunities to relax/go out - and this is very much limited during the colder months of course.
Anyway, during September I usually already wait for the next year and the next late spring, when I am able to go out without a sweater.
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