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Fall Inspiration

Posted by Sherry Roit on Thursday, September 23, 2010, In : Writing 


Autumn, autumn, how I love thee. In Seattle it can't rival the East coast, or even the Missouri and Iowa autumns that I recall. I just hope each year that I'll have some semblance of a real Fall. The crisp air, the crunching (instead of always soggy) leaves. The fog. The clearing during the day, temps in the 60s, air crisp and clean.

Well, so far, I've had my wish this year. (And I've discovered the joys of certain squashes.) It makes for fantastic morning runs, and those morning runs also ser...
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Showing Tag: "fall" (Show all posts)

Fall Inspiration

Posted by Sherry Roit on Thursday, September 23, 2010, In : Writing 


Autumn, autumn, how I love thee. In Seattle it can't rival the East coast, or even the Missouri and Iowa autumns that I recall. I just hope each year that I'll have some semblance of a real Fall. The crisp air, the crunching (instead of always soggy) leaves. The fog. The clearing during the day, temps in the 60s, air crisp and clean.

Well, so far, I've had my wish this year. (And I've discovered the joys of certain squashes.) It makes for fantastic morning runs, and those morning runs also ser...
Continue reading ...
 
 

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