Monday, November 4, 2013

Monday Musings - November 4, 2013

1. The brilliant colors of the leaves on the trees are fading as they fall to the ground leaving bare branches behind. 

2. The World Series ended last week with Boston as the champion. We are now into the in-between days when baseball is played in our memories waiting for its rebirth in just three short month as Spring Training commences. 

3. The leaves are piling up on the lawn and I need to remove them, again. Funny how they fall so far from the trees. 

4. It got dark very early last evening. Daylight savings time has truly ended.

5. We, as a people and a society, need to be aware that forces both in the United States and around the world are trying to cripple us and how we defend ourselves from terrorism and anarchy. 

6. As darkness falls earlier each evening, I want to curl up and go to sleep earlier except that since I can't sleep any longer I get up earlier in the morning, which makes me want to go to sleep earlier in the evening. It is a vicious circle.

7. Why are all of the interesting movies released at the same time? There are many movies I want to see and I'm already two behind.

8. A hard freeze is expected this morning. The temperature is 30 degrees and falling in the predawn darkness. The dark season is beginning with a freeze to leave no doubt.

-- Bob Doan, Elkridge, MD

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