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Sleepy Sundays: Wild


Summer’s end is near. Autumn is knocking on our door. As this shift begins, some say you can almost feel it in the air. The trees start to look a little wilder. Depending on the weather in your area, some greenery may appear overgrown or dried out.

That shift was my inspiration for today’s Sleepy Sundays. August is a time for transition. That full transition may not be felt until September but, for those that look hard enough, and dare to feel, it can be felt even now.

Are their any transitions going on in your life?

Have a wild Sunday!

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13 replies on “Sleepy Sundays: Wild”

It’s been unseasonably cool here the last few days. won’t be long before the trees start to change. Lots of personal transition going on now too, so it makes sense to have it go along with the seasons.


You just reminded me of something I read a while back. It’s said by some psychologists that the change of seasons can effect our moods & habits too. (Depending on the person, of course.)
They went on to add how mental health facilities, rehab clinics, & suicide rates all go up in numbers in the winter. (Hence the term “winter blues”)

It supposedly effects a sizable portion of our world’s population. Freaky stuff, right?


I like this. You have such talent. We haven’t had much of a summer this year. We keep joking that we have perfect fall weather. Trees are already starting to change color.

I hope you have a relaxing Sunday.



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