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Fall Is Almost Over?

October 24, 2017



Is it possible that fall is almost over?  Temp's here are in the upper 60's and low 70's so you'd never know that it's the end of October.  This just doesn't usually happen!  Even the leaf peepers were likely disappointed this year........it was so warm that the leaves just kind of crumbled off of the trees.  Although they were pretty, there didn't seem to be the same brilliance of color that is typical in this area.

To celebrate the warmer temps, I dressed the boys up in sweaters and took photos for this year's Christmas card.  I tried to sell it to them by explaining that they wouldn't even be chilly!!  They still hated it. They are not fans of sweaters and not fans of the camera......

Regardless, I think they look handsome!

Hoping your fall is marvelous!!





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