Good morning everyone, today is Tuesday, September 15th. I worked all day yesterday; it was a long day. I woke up at 4:30 a.m., ran forty minutes to the bus stop, and worked until 6 o’clock in the evening. When I left work and walked outside, I was hit with this wave of cool-fresh air, and immediately, I had this rush of memories and emotions.
The air had a smell that brought back a warm-loving feeling that I haven’t felt in quite some time. I love the Fall season, but it’s not only about the beautiful crisp weather or the leaves changing colors; I feel like some of my most memorable experiences happened between September and December.
So yeah we have another week, and it will be autumn. The leaves will be changing colors, the warm humid air will give way to coolness, and jeans and sweatshirts will replace shorts and t-shirts.
🌞On my way home from work, I exited the highway ramp, came up and around to the traffic light, and wham! Right in front me was the biggest softest sun I had ever seen. It was pleasing and easy on the eyes as you could look right at it and not have to squint. It was a perfect circle colored in with creamy pastels of orange and pink. It was amazing. Currently, the sun is in the astrological sign of Virgo.
🌙The moon is in Leo, where it will remain for the rest of the day, and tomorrow it will be moving into Virgo. (Don’t you love when the sun and moon occupy the same sign?)
🏈Monday Night Football. The Pittsburgh Steelers won last night beating the New York Giants 26-16. Pittsburgh running back Benny Snell rushed for 113 yards on 19 carries, and QB Ben Roethlisberger threw for 229 yards and 3 touchdowns.
🎤I’d like to give a shout out. Well, it’s actually a thank you to Lyft for providing incredible ride service. I’ve been using Lyft for about three years now.
⚾MLB After getting swept by the Kansas City Royals, the Pittsburgh Pirates lost again yesterday to the Cincinnati Reds, 4-9.
👽Did you ever see the movie Fire In The Sky? It was about the alien abduction of a man named Travis Walton that occurred on November 5th in 1975. While working in an Apache National Forest in Arizona, Walton and his crew spotted a UFO hovering in the woods. Walton got out of his truck and approached the strange craft, but was violently blown 10 to 20 feet back into the air. In a panic, his crew left him for dead, but they decided to turn around and come back for him, but it was too late. Travis and the craft were gone. There’s a show called Midnight in the Desert hosted by the legendary Art Bell that’s on You Tube, and Art Bell interviews Travis Walton. If you’re interested in UFO’s and alien abduction, listening to this is a must.
Alright everyone, as always, have a wonderful and blessed day!