Fall-ishness

Fall is upon us. The space heater is churning away in my office. My (fake) Ugg boots have worked themselves into regular rotation. I’m consuming WAY more Apple Cider, hot chocolate, and cocoa than I do any other time of the year. And pumpkin is finding its way into much of my cooking (we’ve had pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin waffles, pumpkin bread, and pumpkin whoopie pies. No lie.)

Fall took its time in arriving in Louisville this year. It’s like summer wasn’t through doing its thing (which was okay with me!). So, now that fall is finally upon us, and winter is officially only a mere six weeks away (December 21st–I just looked it up…) I thought fall deserved a little post of its own. Many of these photos were taken in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, or in Acadia National Park in Maine, and a few I snagged from last years files. I have a whole post on my recent northeast trip that in in the hopper… but for now, enjoy the sites of fall.

Below are two of my good friends from college, Christina and Isaac. My dear Christina is living overseas with her husband as English teachers and I miss her terribly. Doesn’t she have a great smile/laugh? It’s contagious for sure.

These last ones seem more winter-y to me… so I figured that’s a good way to transition out of this post. Because… well… its going to be CHRISTMAS soon… and I am so excited. I am listening to Christmas music as I work today (gotta get it in while the husband is away… he is one of those ol’ grinches who thinks Christmas music and decorating must be saved until after Thanksgiving. Bah humbug!)

By the way… these photos are available for purchase if anyone would like prints or canvases of any of them! Have a fabulous fall Thursday (too bad it isn’t Friday today… that would have been some mad alliteration 🙂

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2 comments

Mom Beautiful pics Jess! Love you!

Echo LOVE the yellow leaves:)

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