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Thursday, September 27, 2012

Sedum in bloom

The season is changing.  One day cool and breezy, the next unseasonably warm.

Today we went to Trader Joes for some supplies.  Pumpkin Muffin mix adorns the shelves.

This day in history "
Nikita Khrushchev ends his dramatic and eventful visit to the United States and returns to the Soviet Union. For nearly two weeks, his trip dominated the news in America and around the world.
Khrushchev arrived in the United States on September 15. His plan was to tour America and conclude his trip nearly two weeks later with a summit meeting with President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Hopes were high that the visit marked a turning point in the Cold War and that perhaps the Soviet leader's oft-proclaimed desire for "peaceful coexistence" with the United States would become a reality."

Back at home, I wait for Kyle and Sue to get home from Sachem East.  Deep fried Porgy and grrren beans on the menu.  Another sign of fall., soccer games, fresh fish, and veggies from the CSA.

Sue goes to open school night, and I lazy around watching and recording the seasons premiers.

Photo of the day "Sedum in Bloom"

P.S. In Queens and Brooklyn we called these plants "Live Forever"...I think because they easily divided, and also came back (perrenial) every spring.

Live forever is amazingly persistent and can regenerate from any fragment of its composition. This trait, along with its robust appearance, account for the meaning of its common name.

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