We've been busy as bees around here at the Living To Tell Household.
Fall is definitely setting in.
The buckeye is wearing her glorious fall dress.
And she's starting to shed it, leaf by leaf.
And there are a lot of leaves on her branches.
So that means lots of raking.
It is dark when I get up now.
Which means my duvet feels extra cozy.
And I don't want to get up.
But I have to.
Fall means cleaning out the flower beds and getting them ready to rest over the winter.
They look so empty after their bright, colorful filled heyday of spring and summer.
This is just the beginning of the bags of yard clean up.
There will be many more joining them in the next week or so as the 16 towering aspens start to shed their leaves.
The last of the homegrown tomatoes that I was blessed with have turned red.
And have been turned into more spaghetti sauce and salsa.
The t-shirts and shorts have been packed away.
And out have come the cozy sweaters, sweatshirts and jackets of cooler weather.
Evenings are time to cozy up with a soft fuzzy blanket, a good book and a hot drink.
What has been filling your fall days?