Saturday, October 13, 2007

How you know it's fall

Northern Spy apples. (Time to make a pie that really schmecks.)

The temperature dropping four degrees in half an hour.

The sound of leaves blowing.

A pair of very cold little Beavers selling apples at the door of the Giant Tiger. (No, not the animals; the littlest Scouts.) We bought a couple out of sympathy.

Glenn Gould playing Brahms' Intermezzo in A major (opus 118 no. 2) (featured on CBC's Sound Advice today while we ate lunch)--this is bare-trees music for sure, as moody as the end of Tchaikovsky's sixth symphony.

2 comments:

Elisheva Hannah Levin said...

Oh, yeah! Brahms Intermezzo is definitely how autumn sounds! And it isn't about early autumn, either. I guess we have to admit that we are at least in mid-autumn. And heading for that date when it's really almost winter!

Got any plans to snuggle up?

Birdie said...

We are getting Boy Scouts selling popcorn around here! I'm not sure if I bought popcorn out of sympathy for the Boy Scout or for his poor mother who had to walk him door to door, though. ;)

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