September 22 officially marks the last day of summer, but today it sure felt like fall, what with our 75 degree temps and a cool breeze blowing. What better time to get outdoors and get caught up on your chores? Today I sprayed Round Up at Maple Ridge.
And here at Bradford Hall.
I also found some mildew growing at MR.
So it was a good day to take care of that little matter as well.
|Looks like it will also need a paint touch up. |
Earlier I got in an easy 3 miles at the high school track.
I am eager for the fall season. Get ready to:
- Look for geese flying south.
- Feel the wind against your face.
- Look for trees turning color.
- Listen to the rustle of leaves.
- Sip on a Pumpkin Spice Latte.
Fall is also perfect reading and writing weather. Then there are all those fall races to think about.
As a native of Hawaii, I grew up without seasons. Now I'm so used to them I tend to take them for granted. Not today, however. Fall is so close and yet so far away. But today I felt her first fruits, and it was delightful.