My Featured Blogger this week is Russell (a.k.a. Rev Russ) of Russellings of the Spirit. “Retired pastor, father, grandfather, stumbler, seeker, and servant,” Russell might also add “treasured friend” to that list. We’ve never met in person, but I do indeed count Russell as a treasured friend. And I know many others feel the same. Read on and you’ll see why.
Here where I live in northern Colorado USA, the seasons are beginning to change.
Summer is graciously bowing to receive her well-earned accolades while fall stands just off-stage awaiting her cue. Warm-ups and vocalization exercises done, she is poised, ready to burst from the wings, draped in oranges, reds, yellows and deep maroons.
I’m not gonna lie; of the four contenders, fall is my fave season of all. It is the time of cooler temps, of pumpkin spice EVERYTHING, of the start of American FOOTBALL, and of kids being back in school. It is the time when fresh peaches are canned, chili is cooked, long sleeves come out of hiding, and a brand-new season ofSaturday Night Liveblasts off.
But most of all, I think I love fall because it is that time when the end of yard work is visible, just beyond the horizon.
I am sure I’m…
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