Thought for Today and a Few of My Own

Copyright R.O. Robbins

“To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.” — George Santayana

As I grow older I find myself becoming more and more in tune with the changing of the seasons.  When I left for the grocery store in the early morning there was a nip in the air.  At the store I found myself yawning and grabbing everything I could think of to make soup.   Finally I realized cool mornings, all I want to do is sleep, cook and eat… MUST BE FALL!

Yes, it is.  Time to put away the summer clothes and bring out the winter, clean house, rake leaves, and winterize the car.  Please don’t get so busy you forget to look around you.  It’s gorgeous out there!

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5 thoughts on “Thought for Today and a Few of My Own

  1. The picture in this post looks like the Cog Railway steam engine heading up to the summit of Mount Washington in NH. Am I close?

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    1. Not quite. It’s the Boone and Scenic Valley Railroad in Iowa. http://www.scenic-valleyrr.com/ We went over there for our anniversary a few years ago. The trees were especially beautiful that year.I have more photos from the train coming.

      We want to travel and ride trains when we retire, so I will put the Mount Washington Cog Railway on the list. Thanks.

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      1. You’re welcome! I’ve never taken the Cog up the mountain, but I bet it’s a gorgeous view…

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  2. Great quote! One of the best things about where I live is four distinct seasons. I’ve been reflecting on this same meme lately.

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