Monday, September 25, 2006

Musical Monday #3

It's that time of year around here when the trees in the hills are turning. Alot of people seem to think of Fall as the 'dying' season'. I think I prefer to think of it as a vibrant time, at least around here. Football is in full gear (and all of "my" teams are winning!), there's a crispness in the air, though we can still wear shorts for another month if we're lucky, and scenery like this is commonplace throughout the area where I live. To me, Fall is probably my favorite season. Not too hot, not too cold. Just right. A very contentful time. And I am, at least right now. Hope it's a good long Fall! The music--"Autumn Leaves" by Earl Klugh.

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