Where I live winter doesn't come early and it doesn't last long enough for me to get tired of it. I love the change, the cool winds in autumn. There is a song called "Southland in the Springtime" by the Indigo Girls, and each time I hear it, especially in the spring or fall, it doesn't matter which, I FEEL it deep in my bones. So deep I'll stand at an open window, close my eyes and feel the cool change in the air washing over my skin like a hand smoothing silk, so intense that I cry sometimes. Something resonates inside me when the air turns from baking hot humidity to chilly, light and fresh. I welcome it. I welcome the few months of cold weather I have to look forward to, even if my garden turns brown and is cut back to stubs. I don't think I'd do well in extreme temperature changes, but here in the south where the transitions are smooth, I thrive.
What are the changes taking place where you live? Do you like one season over another or welcome them all, just to have change?