I always looks forward to fall. Summer here is hot and humid and seems to last too long, so I am eager for the crisper days of sweater weather.
We have had pretty much a late non summer and I am just ready to put it behind us and hope next summer is better. I love fall and always have a strong nesting urge when it comes near so your beautiful fruit photos put me in the mood to crank up the oven.
Now it's actually here, I welcome it. Not the dark mornings, but the harvest fruits and the crisper air and the promise of warm quilts and open fires. Bring it on!
I love it. I'm always really happy when the first hints of Autumn start. I love the weather, the trees, the food, the clothes, lighting the fire, walking in the woods, feeling cool rather than hot and sticky. Everything really!Enjoy your autumnal fruit. I'm feeling the need for a crumble!XX
I LOVE it. Fires, warm socks (your forte...), Guy Fawkes, Halloween, fog, conkers, crunchy leaves, stews, making jam and chutney, boots and sweaters. What's not to embrace missus? Got to go, autumnal biscuits baking in oven and they need to come out. Ax
Hmm. Mixed. I'm not resisting it as much as last year - I am quite excited about ordering logs and making pies but when it comes to Jan and Feb and those endless grey days I'm not feeling so cosy about it all. B;ackberries DO help though don't they?
Fall is my favorite time of the year, although the summer did seem to go by very quickly this year.
seems like I'm going to go against the grain and say nope , not looking forward to it at all - might have helped if we had had a summer but we didn't get hardly anything at all this year... don't like the dark nights and it seems as though over the past week it's getting dark so quick :-(
Hmmm, when it's chucking it down outside it's hard to like it. I am enjoying the change though and am even embracing doing things indoors that have been waiting far too long to be done. Like cleaning...
I actually love Autumn so long as it doesn't rain but given it was such a miserable Summer the transition doesn't seem so great this time. Just had apple and blackberry crumble ourselves for dinner - yum x
Summer is HELL here, and this summer was worse than ever. So I am practically weeping with relief and elation as the light changes, the windows can be open (most of the time), the breezes blow.As I sit here, I am realizing that this is the solution: we trade places every August. Yes? Yes??? That is, as long as we can have a week in there in which we're together... xoxo
I love every seasonal change, but summer to autumn is my favourite.
Hello!Im in the same frame of mind about autumn, I'm really not sure about these cool blustery days and all the rain, but then again I do like things like walking in the woods when they are gold and red, eating warm tarte tatin and drinking hot chocolate - things like that!Thanks for bobbing by my blog today too, we didn't manage the walk this time, but it did look rather marvellous...maybe on our next visit!Much loveJulia x x x
Autumn was always my favorite season when I lived in Massachusetts, but it just doesn't seem the same here. Sigh. Maybe I need to eat more apples and blackberries!K x
Love: buying new boots, crisp autumn days, open fires, colours of fallen leaves, making Christmas pots. Hate: the cold (am still in flip-flops and feet getting v. cold), the dark, central-heating, stodgy winter food.
I love autumn. It's a pity that winter comes next!
The thing I'm struggling to cope with is the apples. We've picked loads off the tree and collected them off the floor but now they're sitting looking at me all reproachfully.I want to make them into crumbles and pies and stock up the freezer but that little time thing just keeps on getting in the way.
I'm cold. And annoyed, because it rained constantly all summer and when it wasn't raining I was too tired to do anything with it.So 'not ready' I'd say. But then I'm not someone who really embraces change.
Some seasons I love and embrace fully, Spring, Summer and sometimes autumn. Winter I can do without except for the chance to sit by the fire and read and knit.Still Blackberry jam and blackberry crumble served with fresh cream tempts me everythime.
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