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Sunday, September 22, 2013

She's Here!





And She's most welcome: Fall...Autumnal Equinox...that time when changes fly through as quickly as flocks of Canada Geese...

Local apples are becoming sauce in the crockpot, sweetened with local maple syrup. Yesterday's root veggies, gathered from assorted local farms, are about to start roasting in the oven to be enjoyed through the week. Linda is up working with her bees,  I have wool calling my name, the wind is blowing liquid gold light through the already-turning leaves. 

Blessed Fall to all whose hearts sing and souls dance this time of year!

11 comments:

Dawn Z said...

Yay! It's mid-Autumn! Crisp nights, crisp apples, crisp leaves. Just crispy all around!

Jen said...

beautiful descriptions--I feel it too!

Michaele said...

Isn't it an enchanting time of year?

Willow said...

Glad to hear your soul singing !

Nancy J said...

Your words sing with beauty, I can see it all through your eyes, as we are having spring days, new growth, and warmer mornings. Enjoy. Cheers from Jean.

Babylon Sisters said...

Beautiful Fall!! Here in Houston we have a very weak version of it - cool enough to open the windows today though so I'm happy...

Rain said...

I can feel it from your words...... Oh and also it's around me here too!....... It's really interesting how many bloggers say autumn is their favorite!! It is special indeed.... Except I wish it were followed by a shorter winter then our Maine winters!!
Enjoy your wooly days Ashling-- wish you could have seen snd talked to all the spinners and the huge wool tent at the fair!!
Rain :)

Our Neck of the Woods said...

I'm so happy fall is here as well! It's my favorite time of year :)

Teresa Evangeline said...

What a gorgeous post ... fall is such a wonderful time. It sounds like you know how to make every minute of it count.

Sonia Fowler said...

HI my name is Sonia
Sunday, September 22, 2013
She's Here!
In your blog you have a picture of a shrub or tree with red berries. I have this beauty but I have no idea what it is . I have been searching on line and couldn't find it,came across your post and my goddess there's what I'm looking for.
If you know the name please reply
Thank You and many BLESSINGS.

Ashling said...

Hi Sonia--thanks for stopping by!That's a Burning Bush, Euonymus Alatus, though I'm not sure which variety. Love the striking color!