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The ongoing saga of a Continuing Anglican church home, as seen by a member of the laity.

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Autumn approaches

About this time of year I start looking for the first signs of autumn. The weather has been cooler and wetter than usual so the first I usually see, early morning mists, haven't been there. A week or so ago the spiders started appearing --cobwebs everywhere outside-- though they're still a bit small, and a couple of days ago fronds on the tall cedars here have begun turning orange. This morning is delightfully autumn-like: 58F (16C) and drizzle.

This will make Fr. Daniel happy, I'm sure. It's not been quite two years since he drove his family up from sunny Santa Barbara, California, and announced his arrival to the Senior Warden with a cellphone text message: "We're here! Where's the rain?"


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