Dickens’ Thought on the Seasons

“Nature brings to every time and season some beauties of its own.”

Charles Dickens knew what he was talking about. I think Dickens’ sentence is lovely in its simplicity. Each fall, I get a bit sad that summer and outdoor living are ending. Then I need to remember the crisp air, geese, fires, soups, snowmen and other winter activities that will fill what used to be long summer afternoons.

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