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The seasons have changed. It is autumn, my favorite time of year. Grabbing jackets to take our evening walks, enjoying a  warm ‘cuppa tea’ in the afternoons, watching the farmers harvest the soy beans, experiencing the deeply appreciated reprieve from the mosquitoes…..we are embracing the season and every  moment we are together as a family.

To celebrate the season, I am sharing a lullaby that I sing to our son. It was one of my favorites growing up. I sang it to him this windy fall afternoon as I held him in my arms. We were swinging in the old wooden bench overlooking the lake below watching the trees bow over from the strong north wind and the leaves fall at our feet. This song never felt more real, more true….


TIME
“How very special are we
For just a moment to be
Part of Life’s eternal rhyme
How very special are we
To have on our family tree
Mother Earth and Father Time
He turns the seasons around
And so she changes her gown
But they always look in their prime
They go on dancing their dance
Of every lasting romance
Mother Earth and Father Time
The summer larks return to sing
Oh what a gift they give
Then autumn days grow short and cold
Oh what a joy to live
How very special are we
For just a moment to be
Part of Life’s eternal rhyme
How very special are we
To have on our family tree
Mother Earth and Father Time”

-Charlotte’s Web


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