> jumping into life.

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And it was suddenly autumn. We all knew it, though nobody knew quite why. It was something in the light, something in the air. No room for doubt. The chipmunks stopped to watch us, their cheeks stuffed full. The loon cried her wildsong as she passed over the field. The sun set into gathering clouds. There were geese in the distance. The leaves started to fall.