Autumn is the hardest season. The leaves are all falling and they’re falling like they’re falling in love with the ground.
One last summer pic before the switch over to fall, which currently is my favorite season. (Although if you ask me next April, yes, spring will be my favorite season…in June, I most likely in will say summer…and of course there is one season being left out which will remain nameless, although I love it in December as long as it brings us pretty, fluffy snow for Christmas.)
I haven’t written much this month..it’s been a bit tough with migraines and fibromyalgia both flaring up thanks to some crazy weather changes. There are so many things I want to express with my words and my images, lovely things, bittersweet ideas, memories of love and dreams for the future–and it will have to wait another week or two until I can get my head agonies under control. (I refer to migraines, here, not depression, although the phrase would certainly work for both!)
I shall end this November with you, my friends, by sharing a favorite quote about gratitude, and few autumn images.
I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.
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