It is so gorgeous in New England. I am glad I have moved home to see it. Today was an amazing day, driving around looking at the colors of nature, buying pumpkins and mums at the local Carpenters Farms stand in Matunuck. The orange and reds greens and yellows in the trees are stunning and exquisite. I was then able to go to Moonstone Beach and take a look at the ocean that was making quite alot of noise. The Surf was ripping it up. And the foam, I was hoping was not bleach blonde from pollution, but I think upon further inspection it did have a sheen on it that had a myriad of colors like you get from gasoline. It is a pity but I see that nature will clean itself, and if mankind gets to be too much, I’m sure nature will get rid of us. I just finished my comedy run in Provincetown for Women’s Week and it was another successful week. The colors there were also amazing – the sunlight reflecting off the ocean was breathtaking. I feel so lucky to be back in New England. The garden is back to dirt and a new compost pile has been started. I love the four seasons. I saw fifteen turkeys walking down my dirt road today. Fifteen – that is a flock of Turkeys. Thanks to all the lovely ladies and gentlemen who came out to see my shows this year. Here come the holidays! Hope you all have great food and fun times.
Fall is here 2012.