By Mark Beardsley
I felt a harbinger of fall last week. It was a stout, cool breeze late in the evening under threatening skies, and it brought down hundreds of yellow and brown leaves.
Yes, we’re in for more hot nasty days, but before you know it you’ll be able to tolerate the outdoors at 3 p.m., be searching ESPN for college football and sneezing from the ragweed pollen.
Fall is truly change you can believe in, although the change from winter into spring is just as welcome — assuming we actually have a winter.