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Rejuvenation.

I know that springtime is all about rebirth and new life and all that, but as usual I don’t conform to popular belief. For me, the best season of the year is occurring right now in the Northern Hemisphere and that is autumn. Today is the perfect autumn day: clear skies, bright sunshine, 70 degrees or so and just a hint of that crispness in the air that I’m fond of. It seems the trend will continue through the weekend.

Being a night owl I feel like I live my life in perpetual jet lag. Many don’t get this, but though I’m up at 6:30, I’m not awake until 10:30 or so. I stumble through the first four hours, feeling like I just stepped off a plane in from someplace far, far away. When I worked full time, I would come in after lunch, and having completed half of my workday, and I would say “Good morning! So nice to see you!” My co-workers would understand that I have no comprehension of what occurred prior to lunchtime.

I think being out in the sunlight helps. I know it chases my blues away. When I wake up and it’s still dark outside, I feel all depressed. This new version of Daylight Saving Time has me cranky beyond belief, but we’ll save that for another blog entry.

Just know that today I’m out enjoying the sunshine and letting the wind whip through my hair (?!?) as I shuttle between classes, home and work.

Here’s a few photos I snapped in the back lawn just moments ago. Descriptions are on my flickr page.




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  1. Beautiful! It’s my favorite time of the year too. You could ditch summer as far as i’m concerned and have it be fall weather all year long.

  2. Looks like you’re having a more colorful autumn there than we are here in Ohio. 🙁 Too dry and warm here this year for brilliant color.

    Autumn has always been a time of introspection and renewal for me too. I think it has to do with all those childhood years when the new school year presented itself full of possibilities. Now as an adult, I still associate fall with learning new things, and getting rid of excess baggage before the natural “down time” of winter.

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