The end of summer is nigh. The advent of autumn, to me, is more the start of the year than January 1st ever thought of being. It’s the Monday of seasons. The late light of summer gone and “back to” routines. I think I’ll sip a little something while I bid this summer adieu.
Some things to consider:
Poems are hard. Right? But not for this seventh grader, though he didn’t know it.
If you didn’t get the chance to holiday in Greece this summer, you can go here and feel as though you did. I love this blog, but it’s the pharmacist’s dog that gets me. I want to go to there and see it for myself.
If you get a chance, read the interview with Pope Francis, not just the excerpts. I’m not entirely sure why, as I’m not exactly one of his flock, but he makes me hopeful.
And so Our Hen House went to Virginia to speak at Vegan Night Out and were interviewed on local TV station, WHSV, after which, the Virginia Farm Bureau demanded equal time. So Our Hen House’s Mariann Sullivan was asked back the next night to debate Kathy Dixon from the Virginia Farm Bureau. Just a note to the Farm Bureau, before the next debate, you might want to gather some facts because just believing that something is a certain way doesn’t make it so.
Oh, and lastly: Fourteen Mad Men episodes over the course of a year? Seriously AMC?