It is true that there must be different seasons. In life these seasons bring change, reflection, sorrow, hope, direction and new experiences. Sometimes the seasons are physical ones like Winter, Spring and Fall; sometimes the seasons are spiritual ones where we seem to keep pulling weeds and new ones pop up or there seems to be little or no growth when and where we want it. The seasons remind us of how important patience is to our very survival. Some things in life force us to be patient whether we want to be or not: pregnancy (no way you can hurry this), growing a garden (you may look every day for the first little green sprout). It is also during this time of patience that we often learn the most important lessons. This season of patience is an important one and one that we shouldn't quickly overlook. While looking to the future if we overlook the present, we'll miss all the valuable things we are supposed to be taking in.
So, do not miss the last days of physical/seasonal summer or spiritual summer. Enjoy each day as well as looking forward with patience to the future. Each white cloud dotting the bluest of skies can remind us of a change that may take place. But until it happens we must enjoy the here and now.