Friday's Letters & Friday's Fancies Week #36: leaf love
Dear Cool Weather, I love you, except Monday when I left work at 5pm it was 48F / 8.8C out! Eeek!Dear Head Cold, please go away. You are unwelcomed as always and better be gone before we go to Maine. Dear Maine, I can't wait to be in your state oh so soon! I'm most especially excited about seeing your fall foliage. I hear it's ah-ma-zing! Dear Husband, you have been slacking on your Physical Therapist duties. yes I said duties! I'm not sure why this is difficult for you, you should enjoy telling me what to do! Maybe that's just a wife thing. lol PS - thanks for babysitting me last night... thanks a pant load...
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Friday's Fancies Week #36: leaf love
One of my favorite parts of this time of year is the fall foliage. Maybe you are one of the lucky people who get to experience all 4 seasons? I was raised in Florida where the change of seasons hardly existed. There was no such thing as Fall or Winter, maybe a hint of Spring for 2 months and then the other 10 months remain Summer. So here in North Carolina when the foliage starts to change, I'm always pointing out the slightest change of color to my husband. He grew up in West Virginia, so he knows the seasons and sometimes looks past the change of leaf colors. We still have some time before we enter peak season. Typically peak season in our area is the second week of November. Then in late November the leaves begin to drift to the ground and the trees are left bare for Winter.