Signs of Fall on a Horse Farm

fallfarmFall is a lovely time of year, but not my favorite. For some reason, it always fills me with an unnamed longing. Here’s to a few early signs of Autumns’ approach:
– Its dark by the time you’re washing up after supper, the last light hovering over the horizon
– You’re making headway at last against the weeds, but only because everything is dying back
– The flies are slower
– But the stinkbugs are coming in the house
– Along with the mice and crickets
– The big pile of hay you hardly touched all summer is disappearing now at an alarming rate
– The horses’ coats are dark and shiny, a sure sign their winter hair is coming in
– My terrier comes when she called, not because she’s obedient, she’s just cold

Do you have favorite signs of Fall of your own?

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About lrtrovi

I am a writer in Howard County, Maryland who spends free time practicing the art of dressage on my horses, haunting the local bookstores and libraries for the next great read, and working on my own novels.
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