Stepping Over the Threshold

Fun fact: The term threshold comes from a small lip or divider that farmers used to place in the bottom of their barn door while they beat their grain with flails. It was inserted into the door to keep what they were threshing from skittering out the door. In other words, it held the "thresh" in the barn. Thus the term "threshold" was adopted for the divide between inside a door and outside a door. OR more generally, a divide between any two distinct times or spaces.

Right now we are passing over a threshold of sorts. We are finishing up the very last things from this season and just dipping our toes into next year's work.