Every fall or I should say at the end of every summer you spot trees or bushes with red tips. The red signifies the end of one season, the beginning of another. Fall is usually welcome it's hopefully that cooling off period. Crisp morning air, shorter days, harvest moons. Some things stay with you forever like the beauty of nature. Even though we live smack dab in a concrete jungle of six plus million people I still get to see signs of fall. I whole heartily miss the green fields that fade to wheat brown and then turns burnt red when the farmers plows over the ground.
Every season is an adjustment and this season is no different. I'm hoping soon I'll be able to shake off this three week fight with asthma and allergies so I can go exploring and find fall in the city. No cards to share till I'm back on my feet I'm very sad to say. The past three days have been the best of the three weeks so I'm hoping and praying that I continue the up swing. It's driving me …
So Asthma is kicking my rear end. I'm doing the "roids" dude. I was able to have a shot instead of the pills this round so that's a good thing. The gaining weight thing not so much fun but its better than an alternative. How does that song go "That's life" and to quote and ancient bluegrass song (yes shocking) " Keep On the sunny Side (of life) " I shall carry on.
Ahh ragweed take a hike will ya? Dust mites you too, out the door with you!
I hope all is well
I'm asking that you keep Betty and her Mom and her family in your thoughts and prayers. Me to.
Love you all miss you all!
I'm planning on being at home for Christmas or just after if the house doesn't sell. I'm assuming its not going anywhere before Christmas at this point. Id like to have a scrappy meet sometime between December 20th and Jan 20th if possible. Maybe two just so everyone gets a chance to visit, have fun and food.