Friday, October 10, 2014
Fall has always been a difficult time of year for me because of the dramatic change from having my days to myself during the summer to having no time for myself once school starts. I found I was not liking fall, not because of the season itself but because of stressful hecticness of my days. This year I decided to change my perspective.
Going through the stores, I made up my mind to ignore the consumerism of “pushing Christmas” too soon for enjoying the colors and decor of fall. I bought a few things to dress up the house and made an effort to get out and photograph the change of colors.
For our anniversary, the hubby and I always seem to find a restaurant the serves crème brûlée. I look forward to this every year.
I was pleasantly surprised to I discover red roses waiting in our hotel room.
Storms passed through leaving a gorgeous rainbow. What was so unusual was the sky was a vibrant shade of yellowish pink which brushed the top of the trees.
I joined a Creative Blog Hop this week. You can go here to read about my creative process.
Sharing my small joys and finds with Kim Klassen’s Friday Finds