Shame, really. September brings us autumn ever year and we send it on its way like its February winter!
I was born September 13 so I am not without bias on the subject of favorite month.
It is NOT January, NFL playoffs no match for the suddenly gone holiday season with its indulgence laden traps everywhere. January is for getting back to the gym, not my fave activity. February, as mentioned, is no fave of mine either. March neither except for NCAA basketball madness. April brings back baseball yearly so I put it way up there but tax day brings it down. May signals pre-summer and the Kentucky Derby but good is not great! June has Flag Day and D-Day but also hot days. July celebrates USA on the fourth and France's Bastille Day on the 14th. July 31 is the day my Mom died in 2003. August has the dog days to stifle moving around too much. September, as I clearly signaled at the outset, is my favorite month, not only because of my birthday but also due to the bridge it provides to the year's final quarter. Sweet: Halloween, Thanksging and Christmas can be annual celebratory occasions or reappearing sources of heartbreak and regret if an unfortunate past controls your ability to accept the present and charges your sense of the future with toxic memories.