By Christine Cooney
Flipping the calendar from July to August carries with it a foreboding of the waning days of summer. Turn the page from July to August and it doesn’t matter how hot and humid the days are, how little rain we receive, or how many pop up thunderstorms seem to pass right over us; long, lazy summer days are coming to a close.
August evenings are cooler and the faint smell of fall can be detected on the same light breeze that rustles the trees and makes eating outside on the patio near . . .
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