We’re only three days into fall, but the weatherman mentioned snow in tomorrow’s forecast. Only a few days ago, I was sweating in tank top and shorts; today, I found myself bundling up in winter-worthy layers to go irrigating in the wind, cold, and rain.
The cottonwoods and shrubs don’t look very fall-ish yet, although their formerly vibrant emerald leaves are beginning to look dull and tired. Perhaps the chloroplasts are simply bushed?
|Blueberry crunching on windblown branches|
“A cheerful disposition is good for your health; gloom and doom leave you bone-tired.” –PROVERBS 17:22 (MSG)