We spent a couple of days in the northern part of Wisconsin. The leaves were green at home when we left. When we arrived, the trees were mostly green except for a couple of high branches changing color. It was a short break, but I remember the leaves changing almost overnight on those four days. Each day a few more leaves turned. I don’t recall a time when I’ve noticed those changes happening before my eyes.
With the shorter days and cooler temperatures, change happens. But more than the leaves and weather change. Most of the time we don’t notice. We’re busy. Then suddenly we pause to notice that something has changed.
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Author: John A. Braun
Volume 107, Number 11
Issue: November 2020