Autumn Poem

AUTUMN POEM When songbirds flock together, Preparing for southward flight, And shorter days spread darkness Into longer nights, The wind blows pinecones from the trees While acorns plunk to earth, And frisky squirrels hop to and fro Hoarding food for winter’s dearth....

Up and Away!

Before the pandemic, we missed the Susquehanna Balloon Festival because we went out of town for our granddaughter’s birthday. After being cancelled for two years, it resumed this year a week earlier, so my husband and I attended. The weather couldn’t have been better:...