In Stillmeadow Calendar, Gladys Taber shares this about September (the LOVELY month!):
"The harvest moon is heavy with gold; the stars are polished diamonds. The dogs and I walk out onto the lawn; a fox barks in the woods, otherwise the night is wondrously still. Beautiful pale smoke floats up from the ancient chimney, and I think of Thoreau's words: "There is no remedy for love but to love." That's how I feel about September, and I wish I could share the tranquility of this night with my unknown neighbors all over the world."
Isn't the moon photo above fantastic? I found it on the "Interwebs" and I LOVE looking at it.
I ordered a book that I remembered loving quite some years ago. It came with an insert left by its former owner. A page of Reader's Digest's Quotable Quotes had the following quote listed:
"Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares." Hebrews 13:2
I've always loved that verse. Miss Cadence is a sweet little angel, isn't she?
Look for the angels today. They're around.