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September This Year Is Making Me Sad

But that’s ok.

Photo by Anastasia Mihalkova on Unsplash

September.

It is such a beautiful month, isn’t it? It used to be my absolute favorite. I love so many things about it. I love the way the light begins to soften at the edges, becoming ever gentler at each end of the day, abandoning the throbbing white glare of July and August for a new, yolkier haze. The way the leaves on all the trees and bushes turn…

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