For those who live in a perpetual warm climate year round, an Indian Summer is a period of unseasonably warm, dry weather that sometimes occurs in autumn in temperate regions of the northern hemisphere during September to November.
It’s a beautiful time.
The days are warm and often sunny, the nights chilly and clear. The air seems to sparkle with highlights that still linger from hot summer days.
Of course, here in the Midwest, the trees shine in glory with their pageant of the year, turning colors of gold and bronze and red and a warm, soft orange. They remind us that nothing lasts forever … beauty, vitality, all are in a moment’s glory. That as much as we wish it to be otherwise, life turns and twists and goes on.
Today is the madness of the election for the president of the United Sstates. Never in…
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