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Thursday, November 21, 2013

Thankful for Autumn Colors / Agradecido por colores del otoño

Thankful for Autumn Colors
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(picture by Nancy Murillo)

The website http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/fallcolr/fallcolr.html states: “Every autumn across the Northern Hemisphere, diminishing daylight hours and falling temperatures induce trees to prepare for winter. In these preparations, they shed billions of tons of leaves. In certain regions, such as our own, the shedding of leaves is preceded by a spectacular color show.” Check out their great website for LOTS of information.

I don’t know about you, but I love autumn.  I am blessed every morning as I drive by the Primary School campus on Broach Street. The trees are a beautiful canvas of gold and reds. I love the reds most, just partial I guess. My grandmother Alice Bynum loved bright colors. She was special to me and she loved me ‘just as I am’. Everybody needs somebody like that. Some people do not know how to be happy and thankful. Maybe they never had someone like her in their life. I wish they had because there is no other feeling like it. There is always wonder and beauty to behold. All you have to do is look… and be thankful.

New Books: “Protector” by Diana Palmer; “The Quest” by Nelson DeMille; “Never Go Back” by Lee Child; “Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life And Legacy As The Duck Commander” by Phil Robertson; “Bleeding Edge” by Thomas Pynchon; “Eat Healthy, Feel Great” by William                 Sears; “Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy” by E. L. James; “A Hidden Enemy” by Erin Hunter; “The Throne Of Fire” by Rick Riordan; “Starry Night: A Christmas Novel” by Debbie Macomber; “Butterfly Gardening For Texas” by Geyata Ajilvsgi; “The Tehran Initiative” by Joel C. Rosenberg; “Unbreakable: My Story, My Way” by Jenni Rivera; “Damascus Count Down” by Joel C. Rosenberg; “The Emperor Of Nihon-Ja” by John Flanagan; “The Longest Ride” by Nicholas Sparks; “Darkness Falls” by Erin Hunter; “Nicole Holland: One Of The Lucky Ones” by Brenda Hancock; “Doing Hard Time” by Stuart Woods; “Silencing Eve” by Iris Johansen; “Plea Of Insanity” by Jilliane Hoffman; “Charles M. Russell And The Art Of Counting Coup” by Brian W. Dippie; “Remington & Russell: The Sid Richardson Collection” by Brian W. Dippie; “Sid Richardson Collection Of Western Art: The Works Of Frederic Remington And Charles Russell” by Monica Herman; “The Light Between Oceans” by M. L. Stedman; “Real Murders” by Charlaine Harris; “The Third Kingdom.” By Terry Goodkind; “The Whole Enchilada” by Diane Mott Davidson; “Let's Explore Diabetes With Owls” by David Sedaris; “W Is For Wasted” by Sue Grafton and “Bones Of The Lost” by Kathy Reichs.

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Colores de otoño
La página web http://scifun.chem.wisc.edu/chemweek/fallcolr/fallcolr.html establece: " Cada otoño en el hemisferio norte , la disminución de las horas de luz y las temperaturas caen inducir árboles para prepararse para el invierno. En estas preparaciones , que arrojan miles de millones de toneladas de hojas. En algunas regiones, como la nuestra, la caída de las hojas es precedida por un espectáculo de color. Anteriormente hojas verdes a su vez a los tonos brillantes de color amarillo , naranja y rojo." Echa un vistazo a su página web para más información.

Yo no sé ustedes , pero me encanta el otoño . Estoy bendecido cada mañana mientras conduzco por la escuela Primaria en la brocha Street. Los árboles son un hermoso lienzo de oro y rojos . Me encantan los rojos más , sólo parcial , supongo. Mi abuela Alice Bynum, amó colores brillantes . Ella era especial para mí y que me amaba " tal como soy " . Todo el mundo necesita a alguien así . Algunas personas no saben cómo ser feliz y agradecido . Tal vez nunca han tenido a alguien como ella en su vida. Me hubiera gustado que porque no hay otro sentimiento parecido. Siempre hay maravilla y la belleza para la vista. Todo lo que tienes que hacer es mirar ... y ser agradecidos.

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