I Can Feel It

Summer is still on the calendar but fall is just around the corner and I can feel it.

Sure, our forecast has temps in the 90s and even the 100s for the next seven days (let’s be real, I can certainly feel that), but there is a shift outside.

The clouds hang differently in the sky, which itself is changing its shade of blue. The crops are highlighted with golden hues, ripening for harvest. Even in the heat, the humidity is lighter, and the air has an edge of crisp to its presence.

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A Lovely May

Aside from the wind, which apparently really favors our area, every day this month has been glorious and lovely.

Spectacular sunrises, breathtaking sunsets, and bright shining sun during the day. When the sun isn’t shining, we have gorgeous, gentle rainfall. Birds of all kinds are serenading from our budding trees and pollen-bomb-cedars. Just lovely.

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That Was Different

April 9th was a beast. That part was the same. It’s always harder than the 10th for me, and this year was no different.

My friend and former Harlynn’s Heart board member, Justin, summed it up exactly when he texted, “Weird roller coaster of emotions today for you, I’m sure. If I’m not mistaken, today was the day you found out Harlynn’s heart stopped beating. Pair that with the resurrection of Christ, and you hit the highest of highs and lowest of lows.

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