On of the most depressing things about the changing seasons is the light -- or lack thereof -- in the mornings.
In the spring, the sun comes up waaaaaay too early. Do I really need birds chirping outside my window and the sky getting lighter before 5 am?
But now, it's just the opposite. Do I really want it to be pitch black out at 6:30 am (and even later come December)?
This is usually the pretty time of year. When the leaves turn yellow, gold, red, and orange. Only too many of our maples have blight this year (too much rain and then not enough) and so the leaves are turning brown on the trees and just falling off. (Even our pin oak is dropping leaves like crazy and usually it doesn't do that until November.)
Is fall happening differnt in your area, too?
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