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Old 10-14-2017, 08:24 AM   #11
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Happy Autumn! Thank you for that beautiful post! =)

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Old 10-17-2017, 11:43 PM   #12
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Here in Central Kansas, Autumn is the most lovely time of year. Spring here is usually windy with thunderstorms and the occasional tornado. Summer temps often exceed 100 degrees for several days in a row, and in the coldest part of winter, it's not unusual to see temps below freezing for up to a month at a time, with temps occasionally dipping below zero.

The past few weeks, and for the next month, our highs should be somewhere between 60 and 80 degrees and overnight lows should stay above 45 most nights. There may be a few windy days, but most days we'll see light breezes at most. The leaves are all turning (but they haven't started to fall just yet).

I love this time of year.

When you consider how large the earth is, and how the earth is just a speck compared to the sun, and the sun is just a speck in the universe, you realize there is no reason not to eat a whole chocolate cake.
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