Tag Archives: fall
One lonely dandelion braves the fall frost. Winter encroaches not far behind, yet a burst of yellow flower and green stem still stands tall. Colored leaves from nearby trees gently fall and nestle near the vibrant, persistent soldier. Most would … Continue reading
I discovered Jack Frost on my deck railing this morning…does that mean Jill Snow is lurking around the corner? .
I absolutely LOVE the smell of fresh falling rain…even if it is falling horizontally due to a high wind tornado advisory! Outdoors is not an option…perfect day to be inside and writing. .
Leaves fall…Pine needles drop…Just like loosing a friend…Summer’s drawing to a close…Winter’s just around the bend! .
Fall Colors Orange, yellow, and reds abound as we toured Leelanau Peninsula in northern Michigan. The weather cooperated part time showering us with intermittent rain and sun. Traverse City is about 130 … Continue reading
NEW MONTH ~ NEW SEASON We have frost on the pumpkin this morning (just so you know how we Mid-westerners live). Actually, we would have frost on the pumpkin if I’d purchased a pumpkin! That comes later in the month. … Continue reading