for the love of wind

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Autumn is a fascinating, fickle season, isn’t it?

Its cold, rainy days are tailor-made for staying in, reading a book, maybe starting a fire, and planning for wintertime projects and hibernation.

 

And its golden, sunny days, of course, are made for going outside to admire the trees’ jewel-toned outfits.

 

 

And the windy days?

 

To my mind, those are the best of all: when sunshine and clouds race each other across the sky; leaves take flight; and the wind howls and sings, caresses and buffets us.

 

I know people who don’t care for wind, but from my perspective, a blustery day feels like life itself: deep breaths of fresh air, a clear head, and — whether in real life, in daydreams, or in books — adventure.

What’s your favorite aspect of fall?

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I’m Jennifer: reader of fiction, cat whisperer, nerdy introvert. Possessor of a vivid imagination, a massive streak of curiosity, and a love of puzzles. Firm believer in — and ready to help you discover — the health-and-happiness benefits of reading and quiet time, whether indoors or out; “everyday” mindfulness; gardening; and walks in nature. Artist, writer, and founder of the Read. Purr. Collective.