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  1. I, like you, am happy to open the door so Summer can exit and Autumn can come right in and stay awhile. My veggie garden was sad this summer, too hot and dry. So goodbye garden til next year. A floating yarn barge and a fishmonger. I think I would quite like your little spot. Your point of tuning out the daily news and focusing on what we can actually manage is excellent. This post is so enjoyable that I read it twice. Thank you Alison for adding a bit of sparkle to the day.

    1. You are so welcome… writing these posts helps me identify all that is lovely in my life (even when I’m moaning!) and is I suppose a form of gratitude list. That you enjoy them too is a real bonus!x

  2. Oh, Alison! What a lovely read this was this morning! How I envy you that change of seasons! Here in Arizona we are still experiencing temperatures over 100 F (38 C) , although today the temperature has “plummeted” to 97. I would love to be moving into fall and getting out the cozy sweaters and fall decor, but I shall wait until the Autumnal Equinox, when perhaps it will be slightly cooler. Thank you for this cozy read .. I’ll read it over and over during the next days, until I can make these things happen here in the hot, dry desert.

    1. Oh lordy I would be utterly hopeless in that kind of heat. How on earth do you get anything done beyond lying around fanning yourself??x

      1. I give thanks daily to the inventor of air conditioning! Honestly, I don’t know how people survived this before a/c. Thanks to lovely central air conditioning, I can move about the apartment getting things done with no problem. It’s going outside that is the game changer .. I have to walk about a block to the mailbox and I can actually feel my skin burning! Thankful I no longer have a yard (garden) to have to tend to.

  3. Oh, Alison! What a lovely read this was this morning! How I envy you that change of seasons! Here in Arizona we are still experiencing temperatures over 100 F (38 C) , although today the temperature has “plummeted” to 97. I would love to be moving into fall and getting out the cozy sweaters and fall decor, but I shall wait until the Autumnal Equinox, when perhaps it will be slightly cooler. Thank you for this cozy read .. I’ll read it over and over during the next days, until I can make these things happen here in the hot, dry desert.

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