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Wednesday, October 19, 2005

yesterday don’t matter if it’s gone

The leaves are starting to turn, and the sky's been blue. It's been a bright, turquoise blue. November Blue, though it's still October. When the wind blows, there's a crispy, rustling sound. The stray cats have started on their Winter coats, and the hummingbirds have migrated.

After this little warm spell, it will officially feel like Autumn.

Halloween, Thanksgiving, and the holidays will come and go.

And then it will be "goodbye, Tennessee..."

Moving is scary.

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posted by Jennifer at 10/19/2005 11:20:00 AM



3 comments:
Anonymous b erohournineam said...

I'll have to read back and find out why you're leaving Tennessee, and for where. We drove from Nawlins up to Memphus and found the little of TN we took in to be charming, friendly and unexpectedly full of interest.

Good luck with the move.

10/25/2005 04:27:00 AM  



Blogger Jennifer said...

I'm not sure if I have any details of our move on here yet. We're going up to Joisey to be near my husband's family.

10/25/2005 10:18:00 AM  



Anonymous b opranos said...

Big fan of the Jers and it's current cultural significance. It's like the Manchester of America, if that means anything to anyone.

Whether being silent or garotting each other with clotheswire, the fat guys of mythic Jersey rock hard in a funky place.

10/25/2005 11:50:00 AM  



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