Here we are on another Monday when I’m looking at my sixth post in six days. I added a post on Friday for the Cherished Blogfest, and I added a very short one yesterday, to fix a mistake I made with the Cherished Blogfest. On top of that, we had a busy long weekend.
You’re probably tired of seeing “No Facilities” in your inbox.
My editor is tired of seeing grammatically incorrect drafts on the kitchen table.
And, in a rare bit of scheduling, the Steelers were on TV here in Connecticut, and it took them 59:08 to secure a win over Kansas City.
I’ll collect my thoughts and put together a Monday post…maybe next week. For now, let me just share some of what has to pass for Autumn photos, from an uncharacteristically blah New England. You can click on any photo to start a slide show and see the full captions.
See you Wednesday.
As Maggie and I approach, the birds take off.
Back to the wires
This thing is growing again.
“Yikes. A dog”
“Gotta get ready for winter.”
Faith was walking Maddie on Saturday
It’s getting easier to see the sky
Entrance to Maddie’s, I mean Veterans park. These trees have some color.
Sad apple tree
“Maddie – I was trying to get a close-up of that. I even knelt down.” “Smells like a chew toy.”
The path is still completely green
“You wanna go sit with Harry?” “No, I’m going over behind home plate.”
“This is the perfect spot. The highest point on the lights.”
“You’re right, these are good seats. Where’s Joe?”
“See, if they play soccer we have great seats. If they play baseball, we still have great seats.”
“I’m over here. I can see the soccer field, but if they’re playing baseball, I’ve got a great view.”
“Slow Joe is over here. You guys are gonna be sorry.”
The leaves are falling, but not many are changing color. One day, they’re just brown and down.