It is that time of year again, and it is one of my favorites. The last weekend in September means the return of the Morgan County Sorghum Festival. Schools shut down...traffic is rerouted...biscuits are filled with ham...and overalls are pulled from the closet.
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I love this time of year, but I always think it is a little bit of a bummer as all the leaves fall off the trees. They are beautiful as they change, but when they are all gone, you know what is coming next.
This week has been one of those where it seems like there's not much time to clear your head.
I don't have anything really groundbreaking to post for today, but that doesn't mean today was not eventful. In fact, for some folks, it is one of THE most eventful days of the year.
Tuesday is typically the day that new albums and DVDs are released. As such, it seems like Tuesdays would be a good time to review, or at least talk about, some of those new releases.
Today looked and felt like a mid-October day, with cool air and a grey sky filled with clouds. Leaves are still green, but pale yellows and browns can be spotted if you look a little closer.
On the way home from helping out the in-laws with some yard work yesterday, we came upon a sight and a smell that made me feel so at home.
Tonight’s post is pretty short. Today’s cooler weather done flung a craving on me for some chili, so I grabbed the ingredients and cooked up this season’s first pot.
They always say that there are those days in your life...days where something happens that is so striking and so moving, you will never forget THAT day. Where you were. What you were doing. Who you were with.
Lots of mornings, the road to work is foggy. It may be clear for a stretch, and then right there up ahead, you see the fog...thick and swallowing up any cars that dare go in ahead of you.