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This is our first Indy autumn and honestly, it feels more like a second spring.  Sure the leaves are changing (and boy, are they gorgeous!) and the evenings are crisp but the days are still warm enough to confuse all of us.


We’ve had some crocuses push through the soil, Jack still manages to find flowers for bouquets and we even had an errant butterfly residing in our bedroom until he could be captured and released.

Still nice enough to take an afternoon stroll with the cats.
If this is what autumn is like in Indiana, we could get used to it.

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