This is a tree in my neighborhood in Maine. It’s a cliché but a true one that most of us feel lucky to live in New England this time of year. The “FOILAGE”, as I heard someone say on the radio, is spectacular. One’s thoughts turn to cooking, comfort food, approaching holidays, wearing fleece and putting the flannel sheets on the bed. And, of course, reading and other indoor activities. I read a wonderful book recently, ON THE MOVE, Dr. Oliver Sacks’ memoir. What an extraordinary man, multi-talented and in love with language. I had read some of his books about neurological patients and they were very good, but the memoir is even more fascinating, and I recommend it highly to you.
The year turns again to autumn