Fall

The warm sunny day invited us out so we donned our jackets, which we really didn’t need–I shed mine along the way–and strolled to the park. Though it’s November, the weather could have easily passed for September. Is this what they call Indian Summer?

We collected leaves, watched the squirrels scurrying about, listened to the geese honking overhead, and soaked in the sun.

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4 thoughts on “Fall

  1. Glad to hear that we aren't the only state experiencing "indian summer" — its been 80 – 90 degrees here most of Oct & Nov. Been without a computer for awhile, but nice to catch up on the 'bloggin'

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