Am I the only person who has done one of these and found words that I don’t even know wht they mean?
I know everyone uses the changing of the calendar as a time to get all introspective but for whatever reason October seems to be the time where I want to start making changes.
Now is the time when all the “I shoulds” and “I wants” kind of haunt me. I pull out my “Bucket List” (I hate that term but I right to-do-lists daily and my “To conquer list.” just sounds a little Loki to me). I get to cross things off and add new things and for whatever reason it seems less depressing when doing it knee deep in leave rather than knee deep in snow or maybe it is just more proof that I am hopelessly weird.
May the 4th be with you!
We spent the weekend in Massachusetts wandering between cityscape and wilds and everything in between (mostly). We wandered about Dogtown and I managed to get lost despite having a (semi) good map. That place just turned me around until I barely knew which way is up. Another weirdness was we seemed to arrived not long after some kind of grass fire. It was incredibly creepy to be walking around on burnt ground especially when most/all the trees weren’t burned. The patterns were so odd and some thing you’d think would have gone up like tinder (old dead trees) were still unaffected.
Very Interesting place to visit!
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