Wednesday, October 05, 2005

Back in the swing of things; talking about the weather.

October is always one of my favorite months. In New York, the early part of October is when all the foliage starts to really turn colors. Here in Washington, some of that is happening too. Folks are no longer wearing shorts (I hate wearing shorts, by the way), and the scarves, hats, and winter gear are getting taken out of their boxes and placed in the high-use drawers. Personally, I always enjoyed dressing for Fall. The mornings are crisp and cold, but in the afternoons it might be warm enough to wear a light jacket.

Also, school seems to be running full tilt. I know now I don't feel as wound-up about prepping for classes. A routine has settled in and that always seems good for both my teaching and my writing.

6 comments:

cornshake said...

Could it be that you are prepping for a certain thing coming up certainly soon?? ;)

miss you~~
a

Oliver de la Paz said...

Hmmm . . . who is this mysterious corn poet?

Eduardo C. Corral said...

Hey Oliver,

Congrats on the big day! Did you wear white?

Oliver de la Paz said...

I wore dancing shoes. There was no dancing, though. Alas.

I'm learning to move through the world with new jewelry . . . It's fun!

ruth-e said...

hey cuz....how's it shaking up there in the great northwest?

Oliver de la Paz said...

Hey Ruthie,


I'm getting acquainted with my setting. :D Traffic is terrible here!!

How you doin'?