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The Diary of a Not So Ordinary Boy

I love this time of year.  My daughter (she’s 8) would have you believe that it is because it is the season that contains my birthday.  Now that I have entered my 40s, and my age will soon be unmentionable in polite society, I hesitate to agree, but I don’t tell her that.  Instead I give her a little nod, raise my eyebrows and smile what I hope is an enigmatic smile.  No, the reason I love this time of year is the transformation in the countryside from dull, dead brown to vibrant, springing green.

I am particularly lucky in my drive to work.  I don’t work where I live; every morning I drive across the countryside between one town and another, and, along the way, I see the seasons change.  Back in September, the mists glowed, magical across the vale.  Now, the trees are transforming, almost before my eyes…

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