The temperature was 69 degrees, the air was crisp, the humidity, low. Fall? No, but it did feel different than the 79-80 degree, thick mornings we have been experiencing for weeks. As you can see, the sprinkler is going full out. The rains have yet to appear, but with August behind us, we have to know that those sweet days of fall can`t be too far away. The Inland Sea Oats and the Scarlet Sage are in full glory and the prairie patch in the far background is shining with Snake-Cotton, Gayfeather(about to bloom), Camphor weed, Saw-leaf daisy, and Bushy Bluestem to name a few. I know the picture can`t completely convey the view that greeted me when I walked around the side of the house to the front, but I always stop and tell Him thank you for letting me see it.
I hope Fall comes for all of you soon, especially you long suffering, fellow Texans!