Good morning from Maine the place it undoubtedly looks like Fall. This week I needed to escape my stash of winter hats (my Canadian pals would name them toques). It is cheaper to placed on a hat and sweater than it’s to activate the furnace. Earlier than I had children I at all times tried to make it to November earlier than turning on the warmth. That made for some chilly nights come mid-October. Now that I’ve little children making it to October with out turning on the warmth is a win.
Anyway, this weekend we’re placing on our hats and sweaters and going to look at a soccer recreation. We’ll even be spending a while taking part in in leaf piles as there at the moment are sufficient leaves on the bottom to make some piles. I hope that you just even have one thing enjoyable deliberate to your weekend.
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