Fall is making its entrance, and the warm weather has people predicting that the leaves won’t stay on trees very long.
Recently I basked in the glorious sunshine that cast a special vibrant glow on the trees.
I love the three-toned trees this time of year.
I am surprised to still see butterflies fluttering and hear crickets in the thick grass, but am going to enjoy nature’s concerts as long as it lasts.
In mid-October Cicadas were still singing, and birdies are doing their thing.
The lake continues to provide peace and perspective.
Maybe I can sneak away to a nature preserve in November to forest bathe a bit.
But the local parks have plenty of beauty to offer.
This week the colder weather will call for coats and socks instead of t-shirts and sandals.
It has been lovely to have summer linger for a bit though.
I hope the color change holds for a little bit.
Here’s to joyous days playing in the leaves.
Seasons are a wonderful reminder of the cycles in life.
Enjoy your pre-Halloween week!