Fall: Changing leaves and lives

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By Angie Jones

The weather is a changin’ and fall is in the air. Just like that, summer begins to bid us adieu in favor of chilly nights and changing leaves. It’s been a wonderful last few months — rich and full in all of the ways that make summertime so sweet. It can be hard not to lament the loss of daylight and warmth. Then again, there’s something nice about cozy sweaters and crisp, clear air, too.

Each season has its reason, metaphorically speaking. In the spring, we give birth to new plans, new ideas, new life. In the summer, we’re busy grabbing that life by the horns and living it with gusto. Come fall, we celebrate the abundance of the harvest season, reveling in the fruits of our labor, before make preparations for the long hibernation of winter.


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