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changing seasons
by rob bear
Sunday, October 18, 2009
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a observation

Changing seasons


September leaves us and October enters, it’s a changing of seasons, the arrival of fall.


Those warming sunlit summer days, slowly growing cooler as we exchange bright sunlight for a muted, softer sun; the air becomes brisk and uninviting at times.


The sky turns from a bright powder blue to a cool mixture of bluish gray as the autumn season exercise’s its control upon us.


Trees will do a dance of ever changing reds and oranges, a natural color palette for the eyes a visual food for the mind.


Rain falls more frequently dampening the leaves and helping them to the ground where they will return once again to the soil.


The strangest thing accomplished by this change in the weather, is the dampening of the human spirit as we watch the dark clouds deposit rain from above.


With it we seem to let our spirits fall to the ground, as if we too mirrored this change in seasons.


A strange thing to witness, if I do say so myself.


The weather like life will do as it will; I’ve finally arrived at the point where it is just what it is.


It does its thing and I’ll go on and do mine, if they aren’t in agreement then it’s just oh well and oh my.


All that matters at the end of the day is was I successful in living today and how well did I navigate the oh well’s and oh my’s








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