2020 November 18


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It is the middle of November and the trees and bushes are still holding onto their leaves. Even though we have been eight Texas winters, I’m still in awe of how long autumn is here. The early morning sun shining through those leaves was interesting.We received our voter registration cards today, so that in the next election, it will be simpler. Yay! I’m ready. Can we have some new presidential candidates now? I didn’t care for the choices this last time.I mistook this for a pear and took a big bite off the end. I told Ella that it tasted almost like a cucumber. Google Lens identified it as a “Chayote, also known as mirliton squash or vegetable pear because of its pear-like shape and size, is pale green on the outside, with white flesh on the inside. It’s crunchy and mild “with a slightly sweet taste and light notes of cucumber,” according to Specialty Produce.May 13, 2020. I have 2of them and am trying to figure out what to do with them.Will you just look at that sky! How perfect is that? If it was any clearer the sky would be black, because we’d be looking straight into spaces. It was a wonderful day to sit outside – so we did.After the pure blue of the day, came the burnt orange sunset.God bless and g’nite


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