Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
I'm always anxious for fall and new beginnings. The cool air brings me back to life.
LOVE the photos today Vicki! That first one makes me mountain homesick! I watched the new DYI Blog Cabin last night! It's near you in Little Pine Creek Reserve!!Maybe I'll win it and be your neighbor part-time!! :)
Me too, Willow! Just about now the weeds have the upper hand and the garden is winding down -- fall sounds good.Carol -- I saw an article about the cabin in a local publication. Looks really nice. Good luck with that entry!
Beautiful pictures, looks so serene. I'm having a hard time realizing that August, our 'hot' month is over. We have had some hot weather, but on the whole much cooler than normal temperatures. My 'to-do' list is getting longer by the moment as Autumn edges closer. It's dark now when I get up to do chores and the evenings are getting shorter....but I love the fall weather.Tammy
I have been a fan of Haiku since an inspirational 4th grade teacher introduced it to me. Tell Carol, I am winning that DIY blog cabin so don't bother entering!! HA! Thanks for the always lovely photos.
It's been a much cooler summer than usual here too, Tammy, but I'm enjoying that even cooler air. Getting ready . . .And good luck to you too, Liz.I love haiku -- the challenge of distilling your thought down to 17 syllables. Perfect for Twitter? I don't know -- I'm just not getting into ONE MORE THING on line. (She said firmly.)
Brilliant, Vicki! Lovely words and great photos, especially the misty one!Thanks for your visit! I ordered two of your books! The two first! I am looking forward to reading them.
Thank you, Reader Wil. I hope you will enjoy my books!
Beautiful photos, lovely haiku. My favorite photo is the first one; I can't wait until it is cool and misty here. OK, what I really mean is I can't wait until it's cool and pouring down rain, bringing fire season to an end.
Beautiful images and haiku!There's a crispness to the air around here, the light has changed, and the sun's become sweeter. I love late summer.
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