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Raking After Halloween

Raking after Halloween is always so festive with the crinkles and colors of the season the bright red and golds and oranges of Twix bar wrappers… and Reese’s Pieces wrappers… and Snickers wrappers… Happy November, everyone!

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Leaf Me Alone!

“The wind bloweth wherever it pleaseth.” ~John 3:8 Moving from L.A. to Cincinnati introduced me to the overly-romanticized reality of raking leaves. The grand finale of autumn colors is truly lovely. But as Yoda might put it, “Too long on … Continue reading

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Goodbye, Autumn. Hello, Fall.

Originally posted on Mitch Teemley:
Why does this season have two names? Dictionaries devote multiple paragraphs to the answer. I can do it in two pictures: AUTUMN FALL Any questions? Good. Now get back to raking!

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Goodbye, Autumn. Hello, Fall.

Why does this season have two names? Dictionaries devote multiple paragraphs to the answer. I can do it in two pictures: AUTUMN FALL Any questions? Good. Now get back to raking!

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