A Rare Day—Sunday, November 1, 2015

QYesterday was a rare day.


The breezes sighed through the corn, rustling the the dried tassels and the papery leaves, rubbing the stalks together with a soft rasping sound.


The pulse of the earth is slowing down, gradually cooling, settling in for a long winter’s nap.

PBut yesterday, just for a spell, the air warmed, jackets were not needed, the fire died in the woodstove, and joy filled the souls of all living and breathing things. ย A reprevie, a warming back up…or at least a stopping of the cool down for an afternoon.

As the Chinese Proverb says: ย “One joy will scatter a hundred sorrows.” ย A warm afternoon was proof of that proverb.

Very much your friend,




25 thoughts on “A Rare Day—Sunday, November 1, 2015

  1. Hi Linda

    Beautiful photos to accompany that Chinese proverb.
    I certainly hope that the proverb works for me tomorrow,
    maybe THAT is an “omen” for the first Tuesday of November,
    Australia’s Unofficial National Holiday – the day a race “Stops a
    Nation – The Melbourne Cup”.
    My annual bet – a First Four Passed the Post goes on this
    morning – Pre-bet. Then I settle back and hope for a not
    lightning fast dry track – but it is Melbourne and early showers
    are predicted.

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  2. Yesterday was absolutely beautiful along the Front Range also. Your middle of the week snow will be our end of week rain/snow mix. (I’d prefer the rain.) Hopefully, it won’t be too cold. ๐Ÿ™‚

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  3. What pretty pictures!! Glad you day was so pretty…we have it today! It is about 84* with light winds and just a joy to be outside! IF it wasn’t for the wasps, they are everywhere! But I will take the pretty Fall day, anyway! Hope your Fall lasts for a little while longer.


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