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Monday, August 29, 2005

How Will We Get There?

I can feel summer winding down... The air is getting crisper and the mornings are cool. I like the cool nights - perfect sleeping weather. And autumn is beautiful. Dry air, colorful leaves, everything gradually changing, preparing for winter. Then one day, the preparation is done and I feel like I missed it. Autum crispness mingling with winter cold. That thought is what makes me miss hot summer nights already. Sweat and humidity seem so comforting compared to cold snow and wet toes.


At 4:26 PM, Blogger miss terri said...

i can definitely relate to that. i really dislike winter. i've always lived in utah, but from the way that my body reacts to weather, you'd think i was from cali. winter seems so dead and colorless to me. i hate it. but i think that because we have winter, we appreciate the summer spring and fall more. i like how only one of four is a really cold season. the other three are so pretty and full of life. i guess that's a pretty good deal.

At 4:28 PM, Blogger miss terri said...

as a post script: what are the drawings dealing with?

At 3:44 AM, Anonymous allison paskett said...

i have been waiting and wishing for fall all summer, but now that it is finally approaching i too am feeling a bit sad about the loss of warm sunny days...but i do love fall in all its colorful glory.

At 10:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Winter affords us the opportunity to experience the warmth and color inside of ourselves due to its contrast with our environment.

At 10:31 AM, Blogger Kyra said...

Regarding what the drawings are about...nothing clear. Fragility of people and other beings and the need to get away from it all and how sometimes escape is right under your nose. Doesn't have anything to do with winter! Ha ha. Although I guess a nice down comforter and a cozy person next to you can sure be an escape!

And I love the idea of winter from "anonymous". Neato thought. ;)

At 10:34 AM, Anonymous Mexico Attacks Texas Today said...

i like the smile on the caterpillar, he manages to look benevolent and happily resigned to be of an old man who opens doors for a living...does he tell fuzzy stories of all his little caterpillar offspring during the trip?

At 10:39 AM, Blogger Kyra said...

He better tell fuzzy stories. He looks like a good traveling companion. Well, good travelling companion and means of transport.


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