The beginning of the change

So is today the last day of summer and tomorrow is the first day of autumn or is today the start of autumn and yesterday was the last full day of summer? I get confused with this changing of seasons thing sometimes. Either way, the leaves they are a beginning to change and the weather and leaf peeping boffins are predicting there to be a great autumn color season on the horizon.

I can happily live with that!

But right now as I look out my window the world is grey and raining heavily…which in the end will help leaf color, so I’ve read. You will be missed, summer, as you always are but welcome to your turn on stage autumn.

Teri 🍂

fall, autumn, fall leaves, maple leaves

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11 Responses to The beginning of the change

  1. Timothy Price says:

    We are starting to see change. It’s been in the low to mid 40s in the mornings.

  2. Pit says:

    Here it’s not yet like this, but it should be starting soon.

  3. utahan15 says:

    time to change rearrange
    red yellow and brown
    smile from prior frown
    just droppin in t woman

  4. Nancy says:

    Quite a lovely branch of color. I hear today is the first day of Autumn.

  5. Garfield Hug says:

    2021 flew up so quickly and another year of the dastardly horrid Covid-19. Love the autumn colors and soon winter arrives and hopefully no incremental Covid cases! Take care!

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