The seasons are changing again and more than pumpkin spice lattes are here to stay for a few months!
It’s finally here: Autumn.
These sweltering hot Georgia summer afternoons that fog up windows are cooling into crisp mornings, which means … the seasons are changing.
Just when you think you’ve got the hang of things, life changes again.
This post is a tad late with the fall solstice last week (Sept 22), but I still want to share a thought about autumn.
Fall brings the hard work of summer – planting, growing and cultivating of life – into a plentiful harvest. Like reaping the rewards of what you’ve worked so hard to build.
As the days shorten into longer dark hours, few things are more cozy than letting long summer days turn short.
Last Dog Days of Summer
This weekend we went to a winery to celebrate the last dog days of a hot Atlanta summer.
I had to get this one last trip in to pick apples before it’s all pumpkins and black tights with wool skirts (I can hardly wait!).
Seasons come and seasons go. I am ready. There’s no sense in resisting the end of summer, especially when it morphs into the charm of fall.
I just had to slip one last sleeveless dress in for the season while I get in to the feels of harvest, even if I did spill a drop of wine on it.
Cheers to a generous fall season this year.
(Can you guess who I’m dressed up as? 🙂