In Others’ Words: A Second Spring
I’m blessed to live in Colorado where autumn is a visible event. By that I mean the leaves on the trees change color and fall … the whole seasonal rite of passage. I lived in Florida for eight years so I know what it’s like to reside in a place where seasons come and go without any real visible signs of change.
So now as I take my morning walks with my friend Mary, I’m savoring the reds and the golds and the oranges decorating so many of the trees along the way. I especially love when the vivid colors are set against a Colorado blue sky … the perfect backdrop.
I don’t know why, but I’m enjoying autumn more this year than in years past. The crispness of the morning air. The colors. The cool breeze wafting through my bedroom window at night. Maybe there doesn’t need to be a reason … an explanation … for my heightened appreciation for this time of year. All I need to do is be more aware. And be thankful. And that’s enough.
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