It's on the front of this really pretty restaurant.
The sign made me think of fall, but the beautiful flowers are more in keeping with our summery weather. Which got me to thinking, what says fall to you?
Jan talked about some of her autumn traditions on Monday, including a great new one. But down here, the only firewood scent is still coming from barbecue grills.
Ruthy often shares the very visible signs of fall (and pumpkin season) on a farm. We do have some of those. I was on Jury Duty today and there was a farmers' market set up in the plaza outside the courthouse. There were some pumpkins, but they mostly still had tomatoes and corn and zucchini.
Still, it IS October.
I used this quote from L. M. Montgomery in a Facebook banner last year. I'm still glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.
|“I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers."|
I thought I would leave you with a link for a recipe that transitions from summer into fall.
Butter Strawberry (or Apple) Streusel Oat Squares.
So, does it feel like autumn in your neck of the woods? Or are you still experiencing summer's last gasp?