The family that mows together… Stays together. Doesn’t every family in upstate NY mow their leaves in the fall with a plastic mower? Take the road less traveled, Beth And if you want to read more about all things Pampers, follow me on Facebook, Twitter or RSS/email. Take the road less traveled, Beth
I just returned from a a long weekend near Syracuse, New York, where I grew up. There is no better time to visit than in autumn, when the leaves show off their magnificence. Upstate New York in the middle of October. You can’t get more beautiful than that. ~Paul Reiser And if you want to […]
Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower. ― Albert Camus The autumnal equinox takes place at 4:21 a.m. EDT Wednesday, September 22 when the sun moves directly over the equator, making day and night nearly the same length. That’s where the word comes from, “equi” for equal in Latin and with […]
The red-breast whistles from a garden-croft; And gathering swallows twitter in the skies. ~John Keats, To Autumn.
Everyone talks about visiting Paris in the springtime, but I love Paris in the fall. Dots of autumn leaves color the sky like a Pissaro painting, the spicy scent of mulled wine wafts in the air from cafes in the Tuileries, mist creates a moody feeling, and raindrops play on the sidewalks. Take the road […]
Wearing fine feathered jackets spun in hues of red, gold, and brown, they fill their bellies with suet and seed, and serenade us with song. House finch Anna’s Hummingbird Townsend’s Warbler in birdbath Northern Flicker on birdhouse Check out more fall color on Delicious Baby PhotoFriday!
Growing up in central New York State, I got to experience fall at its finest. Come late September, first one tree and then another would start a spectacular transformation and put aside its summer dress for a fall cloak of color. Hues of yellow and gold, red and burgundy slowly appeared on trees up and […]