Wish you could of been here for Thanksgiving too, but I hope you enjoy the pictures...it's the next best thing I can offer.
I love an autumn rain, because nothing makes the fall colors more vibrant than a light steady rain.
Above: Our Japanese maples are beginning to turn color.
Sniff. Wait a second while I get a hankie. (honk) There, that's better.
That song always makes me tear up. Isn't it wonderful to see that sweet potato running freely just as God intended it to do?
Bernie and I left Tiggie and Hart to snooze while we headed out for a more vigorous walk through the woods. As we started up the street, I saw this trail of red leaves.
Modern art, ancient art, freshly delivered to my curbside.
"Snowflake" Wilson Bentley, was the first man to photograph snowflakes and prove that each has a unique design. I always heard about that bit of marvelousness. Even in kindergarten, in the snowless climate of Southern California, we were taught about individual snowflakes.
I can't recall anyone making the same fuss about leaves.
Walking on the concrete path littered with fallen leaf gems, I had to wonder why this fact had not been pointed out as well.
So much easier to see and enjoy than a single snowflake...
So much color inspiration too!