An Inkling of Autumn


The crispness in the air these days signals the waning of Summer and the fact that Autumn is waiting in the wings.  There are other signs too: apple laden trees, fields of goldenrod in full bloom, and milkweed pods poised to open; but probably the most striking manifestations are tiny spots of color in the forest understory, visible only at a slower pace and with a keen eye.  These are a foretaste of the glory to come, in a few weeks, after a cold spell.  Until then we’ll be content with a reminder of the quiet beauty that God has hidden beneath the green.

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