Last Few Days of August
When the day gets shorter, the sun gets weaker, the temperature drops lower, and the atmosphere is more gloomy. I feel it around me. It’s that time of the year. Autumn is coming.
If there is one thing I look forward seeing during my stay here, it is when the tree leaves turn brown in Paris.
August 27, 2015. This rainy day is not just a casual rainy day in Paris. It resembles the beginning of one of the many rainy days during autumn and winter in Paris. I no longer complain about the unbearable heat at night. Parisians begin to lose their interest sitting in street corner cafés. I can hardly wake up every morning, without the help of the motorcycle engine noise and the scorching sun on my face. The whole city starts being more tranquil, and, as it should always be, ladylike.
What can probably make your day better is by wearing a a classy trench coat. I have noticed a lot of Parisians love to wear long trench coats whenever the weather allows them to. It’s pretty, it’s elegant, and it matches the weather. Why not?
Keep yourselves warm! Until next time!