It’s nearing Halloween. Historically, this is supposed to be the time when the edges are fuzzy, weak, thinning – when the year is waning into winter, when the leaves change and the flowers die, when the air gets crisp and cool and the sun starts hibernating for more of the day. For a very long […]
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