The air is just a bit flat this week, meaning the moisture is down. The shadows are sharper and the sun is not so hot. A tidbit of fall? A sneak peek. Having the 6-year-old means we can spend more time on his new bike and not sweat so much. I took a walk around the yard, and these are the harbingers of fall at my feet.
My cosmos are in full and abundant bloom, but the early blossoms now look like this.
I realize that no matter what events happen in my life, the world marches on at its steady pace and does not worry that I have fallen behind.
Turn, turn, turn.ReplyDelete
For everything, there is a season, even us. Though we go on through the grandkids.ReplyDelete
it's all turning to mush here and it is still raining.ReplyDelete
Summer has played out too soon. I sigh.ReplyDelete
I feel like fall is coming early this year. The weather has been unusually cool here for August. We didn't get much summer weather. And I've seen a few leaves that have already changed color too.ReplyDelete
It happens too fast.
We could use a bit of cool.ReplyDelete
There are more signs of fall everydayReplyDelete
I immediately thought of "Turn, Turn, Turn" also, as did others.ReplyDelete
We are still in the DRY season here.
We're in 3 digit figures "cooking" in So Cal valley -- envy your fall.ReplyDelete
We haven't been green all that long so I'm not ready for Fall.ReplyDelete
I am always enchanted by the range of colours in fallen leaves.ReplyDelete