Friday, August 28, 2015

Well, Hello There

Seasons change, again.

Well, Hello There


Officially, the season changed last week, but this morning marked the first day it really felt like Fall.

Others in the Kinney household grumbled at the cool air, but I left the windows wide open and started humming the tune I think of every autumn since I moved here 15 years ago: Hall & Oates' fabulous Fall in Philadelphia.

(The song was on the band's first album. Video below is a modernized version from a Live from Daryl's House session with singer-songwriter Diane Birch. I think it's quite nice.)

Pour yourself another cup of coffee, tighten that robe and enjoy.

-- Monica Yant Kinney

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