Autumn is in the air. What does that mean for you and your family?
Tuesday, September 18, 2012
The days are getting shorter. The mornings are starting cooler. Sweaters and other cold-weather gear is on the shelves at stores. Maybe you've been thinking about apple picking, cider-donut eating or pumpkins. Can you feel it? Fall is approaching. We want to know what it means to you! Tell us in the comments.
One local resident discusses why she enjoys the fall season, especially as a grownup.
If you have turned on the television in the last month, I am sure you have seen the ads. From pens and pencils, to binders and clothes, it can only mean one thing - it is almost back-to-school time. As a child, the first day of school was an exciting time. I was always anxious to wear my new school clothes and to use my new book bag. Wondering who would be in my class and catching up with friends about each other's summer vacations. As an adult, I still get excited for back to school time. Only now, it is for a different reason. It is autumn in New England. As the days grow shorter and the air turns cooler, magic happens. As the sun rises, it sets the sky on fire so that it becomes a beautiful wash of red, orange and pink. The crows…