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“Ye know, from the first day I came into Asia, after what manner I have been with you at all seasons.”
— Acts 20:18

I enjoy the time I spend sitting on my patio watching the birds and the animals that come into my backyard. The squirrels are fun to watch as they outsmart the neighbor’s cats and tease my new dog with their chatter. My new dog, “Max,” is starting to accept the different animals as part of what life is all about.

A few days ago the wind was blowing more than normal and the leaves of the trees were falling so fast it reminded me of the way it snowed back in Ohio during the winters. Watching the leaves fall was a reminder of the changing of seasons taking place in many parts of the world at this time of year.

The four changing seasons I grew up with and have lived through each year was a great experience and one could always expect a big change in the weather when the leaves started changing color and falling. It would not be long until the frost would cover the ground during the night, followed by colder days, and then the snow would start covering everything that was not put in shelters for protection...


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