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Musings for the first weekend of fall

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In our area it still feels like summer. We usually get our first cold snap on Halloween. Everything is still green here in the heart of Texas. I enjoy our falls and winters.

I always look forward to fall after we have survived our scorcher summers. Thankfully we only had one week of over 100 temps. In August it got to 115d one day! Horrible!! I thank God for my 3 good window units that keep our dusty palace nice and cool. But the electric bills hurts some.. ouchy!

We have slacked back on gardening but we did have 2 of the topsy turvy tomato thingies which are not worth a hoot! They don't have enough soil and the plants just get long and gangly and don't produce much. We got 3 tiny roma tomatoes and a couple of jalapenos.. lol. Oh well nnext time I'll plant some tomato plants in a big pot. Live and learn.

Have a nice first weekend of fall wherever you are!
Belinda & Kin


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