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By Bev Wieler
Journalist 

Out My Kitchen Window

 

September 16, 2021

It's 55 degrees this September morning and I'm greeting the day with a cup of hot cocoa. I'm a cocoa fan rather than a cup of hot coffee.

Despite the cool temperature I have my kitchen window open as I peer outside at the flower garden. Crickets can be heard singing a serenade which I hope is their goodby song. Of course their song also means goodbye to the bright, warm summer days.

The plants are transitioning into fall as some of them have lost their growing vigor. Yet others seem to blend in with the change in the fall color palette.

I planted for Fall this spring. I have a row of French...



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