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We get used to it. It happens every year. As winter approaches in our northern hemisphere, daylight hours grow shorter. (What a strange way of saying that - grow? shorter???) But it’s true. Summer turns to autumn. Long afternoon shadows and darkness fall silently upon the land. I call it my “cozy-up-time” and try to take advantage of a quieter, slower pace — a form of hibernation. I like to curl up into a little ball with a cup of hot tea (or Theraflu, it depends) and take a rest. (It is not always possible). But it’s a fleeting period of time, and I know it won’t last. Part of...

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