Monday, September 21, 2020

Last day of summer

So, tomorrow we get all equinoxy. I sensed that without consulting a calendar. I’ve become less concerned with the clock these past years, going more by the sun. It’s increasingly obvious the sun is rising later and setting sooner. It doesn’t help there are mountains on the east and west sides of this valley, cutting sun exposure even more. 

Yesterday evening it had been dark for a while and felt like, oh, 10:30 or so. It was only 8:15. Sigh. I think this winter is going to feel exceptionally long.

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