Well I'll have you know that we've got sweaters here in Mesa, Arizona too. Just this morning I was in the middle of a whole group of sweaters at the gym and none of us smelled too pretty. We would have been sweating even more if we had been wearing sweaters.
Even still, signs of fall are everywhere around me.
My toes, lacquered a deep shade of eggplant and snuggled in my favorite Teva sandals, contrast brilliantly against the green winter rye grass
Nixon always changes his hairdo in the fall
A branch of the neighbors lemon tree droops invitingly over our back wall,
reminding me it's almost time to start my yearly lemon theft
I can always count on the decorative palm at the front door to sprout a hand in October
Campaign signs magically burgeon everywhere from flower beds
to vacant lots in garish shades of red white and blue
Sadly, the aloe vera plant, which provides cooling relief to sunburned flesh during the summer turns into a deadly skewer of death during the cooler months