Tag Archives: August

The yellow days of summer

This is the time of year that the color yellow begins to take over. From coneflowers and sunflowers to sprays of goldenrod burgeoning in the open fields, yellow demands its time before the chill of fall takes over. I love … Continue reading

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Summer’s just getting started

By Christopher Cudworth Summer 2014 is officially just over one month old. Whatever you want to call it; meteorological summer or whatever, the season officially starts June 21 and ends September 20 or so. I know, I know. For those … Continue reading

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August Answers

August Answers By Christopher Cudworth There’s an audio joke that involves chirping crickets. Often it implies that the person who has been asked a question does not know the answer. Instead we hear “silence” or the sound of chirping crickets, … Continue reading

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