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Monday, October 26, 2020

Beauty in the Rain

  More liquid from the sky today. The autumn splendor is winding down, but there were still some lovely places to see, even on a quick trip to Ludington. I like how each oak leaf is rimmed with darker maroon oak leaves in autumn

And light coming through some gaps in the clouds made the golds really pop. The evergreen background helps too! oranged and gold autumn trees

I was in Ludington to take our Joshua for a COVID test. Not that anyone thinks he has it, but he is having a heart procedure done in Grand Rapids on Friday. It should be fairly routine, but it is his heart, and he will be under anesthesia, so any of you who pray, we would welcome your remembering him. I will be taking him. He is only allowed one person because of the virus. He comes home the same day.

In other news: I felt like you-know-what all day because I was awake all night. I suddenly started getting the full plot for Dead Mule Swamp Druggist at about 11 p.m. last night. When stuff like this happens, it's best to just roll with it and sit up and write it all down, which I did. All the errands I hoped to do today got rolled over until tomorrow.

See Golden and Wet

1 comment:

Ann said...

We've been getting a lot of rain here lately.
Prayers for Joshua. HOpe all goes well

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