This week the calendar page flips to September. Labor Day Weekend is here. But really, it seems like the subtle changes of the season have been with us already for a few weeks.
Mornings now arrive with a hint of white fog over the suddenly golden grass of area fields, fields often containing a small flock of noisy Canada geese that settled in overnight. The grass is moist with water droplets that hang from each blade. Silvery spider webs hang from bushes and shrubs, glowing in the sun.