Rohini, I enjoy what you write and what you COOK! I haven’t begun to rake yet — those were just the “little leaves!” We have old oak trees with 6 inch leaves… when they start shedding, I start raking!
P.S. Hope your back is okay…!
Thank you, Ann! I admire your food photography (lol, almost wrote phood photography!), too! Taking pictures of nature is my way of unwinding from “the day” — second to spending time in the kitchen, of course. :) Thanks for stopping by!
We are hanging on. Last night’s was nothing compared to Saturday’s quake which was a little unnerving. Of course last night we had tornadoes and t-storms. Our little airport sustained some wind damage (or possible tornado) and the tornado siren near our radars was blown down. Ready for some calm…
This is Fall Perfection!
Sorry I have missed a few of your posts…I have been a bit off the grid :)
Beautiful photography and it makes me want a glass of Chardonnay, a soft blanket and a chaise lounge on your deck :)
Not to worry, Heather! It’s been a really sporadic autumn for me, too — I’d rather be home all of the time (preferrably writing and cooking!), but “life” doesn’t always work out that way. And ANY time you comment, it’s a treat! LOVE your ideas for enjoying the autumn leaves, too! :)
Hi, Christine! We had our share of snow and ice last winter in Oklahoma, too; thought I was in Minnesota again, lol! I hope autumn lasts all the way through December 21st (first day of winter) for you this year! Thanks for your kind comments. :)
That was such a neat comment — forgetting where you are… that’s the whole point of my blog, I guess. I often forget where I am, too — just enjoying this little slice of heaven. :) So glad to share it with you and that you found it relaxing!