After a long, hot, humid and seemingly endless summer, fall temperatures and light are a welcome relief.
This past week, I noticed several Monarch butterflies fluttering around their bright orange flowers.
I know some of you think we have had rain of late.
In the first several decades of my life, I was fearless when it came to thunder and lightning.
I’m a big fan of the Weather Channel.
I have an F-150 from the eighties with no air conditioner. It is less than pleasant sitting in traffic.
When I was a little girl and we had a stretch of hot, humid weather at the end of August, we were forbidden to play outdoors.
The monarchs seem particularly fond of the bright-colored zinnias. I’m not sure I noticed in the past.
When I first began writing this column over 10 years ago, I had some sort of rant about one thing or another.

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