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Wednesday, November 3, 2010

The 4th of July

October 18, 2010, 42 degrees

The fall has begun in Indiana with all the fanfare of a fourth of July. The colors are the most brilliant I have ever seen, not the red, white and blue of our summer celebration, but copper and reds give way to gold and orange. Burnt umber and dark chocolate tree trunks stand tall, as if soldiers guarding their precious treasure, as their leaves fall, the streets are paved with gold and the sentinels stand on through the change,the winter war will be harsh and their souls will renew in the breath of spring.

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