Without a doubt, these three met with an unexpected fate.
Lovingly placed out on the curb
With hopes that no one would disturb.
The Squirrels, they didn’t seem to care
They gnawed and chewed, oh the despair!
Upon my lawn, they’ll be no more
Reveling as my decor.
Til trash day this is where they’ll sit
Unexpected, they’ll admit.
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Living in New Jersey can be a challenge in itself. From soaring taxes that can rival the heights of Mt. Everest, to blazing hot, humid summers that have you begging for an arctic blast. But you can’t beat Jersey’s changing seasons. Nature at it’s best. Most certainly some of God’s best work.
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Every year I say I’m sorry summer’s over. But truth be told, I love the changing of the seasons. As I grow older, I prefer the warmth of the sun and the trips to the beach: sitting, walking, people watching, spotting dolphins, reading in my beach chair, with warm breeze blowing, waves crashing … But truth be told, all seasons are a gift.
“Spring is the time of year when it is summer in the sun and winter in the shade.”
― Charles Dickens, Great Expectations
It’s all good 🙂
Many thanks to IslandTraveler for the challenge. Click on his logo. It will take you to other interpretations of changing seasons.