From the Editor's Computer
Here we are, halfway through October, and look how green and lush it still is in places.
I think our grass is the greenest and healthiest it has been all year. Some of the trees still have a number of very green leaves, which contrast very well with the red and yellow leaves that have already turned.
Even though this is normally a time when nature starts slow down in order to prepare for the cold winter months ahead, there are areas where we can see new growth and renewed life.
As in nature, we go through stages where we feel like we’re ready to hibernate from the old winter months of our lives.
It is at this time when we should be learning new skills, taking part in new activities, making new friends, going new places, and challenging ourselves in new ways.
This fall, don’t start to hibernate...perk up and show the world, and yourself, what you are capable of.
It is never to late to bloom!
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