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Goodbye Summer! September always sounds like fall with roller-skates on. It brings back memories of new school supplies, starchy plaid dresses and navy blue sweaters. The truth is, in Oklahoma we wait for October for temperatures to drop so that you might want a sweater. Our first freeze doesn't happen until early November.
I don't let the heat deter me from September walks and a few end of summer gardening chores before I sit down to write. I've always loved the change of seasons. In the garden that means planting fall crops like Swiss chard, kale, lettuce, garlic, turnips, onions and radishes. I would say carrots too but I've tried so hard to grow carrots with very poor results! Mine taste like dried soap. Any advice would be welcome!
On the writing front I have been busy learning Instagram. That sounds crazy but half the time I can't tell which menu I'm on. Please follow me @thekitchendancer and we'll learn more about current books and what's on my reading list. Happy Fall!!
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