Nearly a decade ago when I was newly single, without a reliable income, and very sick but not yet diagnosed, I could hardly bear the heartbreak of the changing seasons. When the first leaves started to fall that autumn, I wept in my therapist’s office. I had been spending my mornings by the Eno River and the canopy of leaves had become a shield against my fear and grief.
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