Late Summer Sunshine

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(Credit: Richard Harris on Unsplash)

The phlox gush over the edge of my terrace in a waterfall of light blue and lilac. The chrysanthemums stretch out their first petals to the world, as I eat the last strawberry.

It is deceptively sunny.

However, the wind chills the nose and makes it attempt to run away to warmer climates, and I know that without my sheepskins I would be shivering. Still, I sit in my garden and soak in the golden rays, quietly bidding them farewell and hoping that spring will come early.

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  1. A few weeks ago I was avoiding any contact with a 30+ degree sun … now I look for any beams I can. 🙂

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