Man oh man it's been a crazy time around here. We had a wonderfully relaxing vacation the end of August and since then I feel as though I have been chasing my tail in circles. With 2 back to back show weekends, orders and a yarn club that went out a full month late due to production problems at one of the mills that I use, it has been b.u.s.y and stressful.
Yesterday was the first day in a long time that I didn't get up, throw on the dye uniform and stumble out to the studio to work and it felt glorious!
I have managed to get out for a walk 3 or 4 times a week though and took one day off to see my youngest daughter to take her shopping for some business attire. It was an amazingly beautiful day to go for a ride with the foliage in full bloom.
Autumn up here has been exceptionally colorful this year, so between visiting Hannah and getting out to walk, I was fortunate to take some beautiful pictures of our Northern NH fall.
The reds and oranges have been more vivid than they have been in a number of years. I have been living up here for almost 25 years now and the display of color that we are always gifted up here never grows old. Every year I am always humbled to witness it.
I snapped this picture on my morning walk today and you can see now that a lot of the trees are now losing their leaves. It was a very brisk and windy morning that had me reaching for my mittens and hat as I headed down the road. There's no doubt about the chill in the air and what's to come.
I will keep these treasures in my heart and mind until the trees come alive with color again next year. :)
Have a wonderful weekend in your corner of the world.