Monday, September 18, 2017
AAM Monday: Project Life Week 34
I was so glad to see August ending. Not as bloody hot and humid as it could have been but a time I felt like ...ok, this is enough. Let's get those cooler days a-coming. We have had the spider webs since July which is usually a sign of fall that doesn't come until September. Normally, it's then that I notice the change of season when I walk out on the back deck...and yuck! a spider web across the nose. The spiders seem to know something I don't know this year.
But the days started to be visibly shorter in Week 34 which made me happy in the morning. More dark to sleep in!
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