Welcome, Autumn! I am so glad you are here.
I love autumn. I love spring. It's those extreme seasons that I don't enjoy.
At least in winter, you can put on socks, pants and a sweater if the petit apartment is chilly. Yes, eventually one has to also venture outside for provisions and the day job.
There are only so many layers that you can remove during the sweaty summer months until you are uncomfortable at the sticky touch of your own skin let alone that of another human's.
The cooler temperatures make it more enjoyable to hug a favourite toy or affectionate feline. Since my kids are grown up, they are not as receptive to hugs. Yet.
One young person who is now sharing an apartment with friends was over for a visit last night. After partaking in a delicious roast beef dinner and chat, he was actually receptive to a hug from his dear, short mother.
It's funny how at times you can't wait for them to leave the nest but cling to them when they are departing after a short visit. Fly, little bird... fly.
Even though I dislike the cramped, inefficient kitchen in the petit apartment, I look forward to preparing weekend batches of chili, pasta sauce and chicken noodle soup. I look forward to heating up apple and pumpkin pies to serve with weekend meals.
Once again, I hope we will squeeze in to sit around the small dining table to enjoy meals - and conversation. Otherwise, I enjoy taking the young people out occasionally for a meal and family update meeting at a local restaurant. It's nice to be served and have someone else look after the dirty dishes!
How would you like to visit the Red Hare restaurant, a cozy, friendly family-run business in the fictitious town of Seguin Sound?
You will also get to meet Father Gio, his biological daughter Sera Fletcher and Edgar who was inspired by my childhood toy, Winnie Pooh Bear.
Yes, these are places and characters from The Year of the Rabbit - a novel about Fate, Family and Forgiveness. You get to set the price when you purchase the eBook at Smashwords. How do you like them apples?
Thanks for dropping by. Hug your kid today. If you don't have kids, hug one of your cats. If you don't have a cat... what's wrong with you? >^..^<