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#SundayStills Falling for Fall

Time rushes madly on

Seasons change

Seconds tumble by

As the leaves rustle

Harvest beckons us all

Daylight shrinks

Moon glows amber

Calling geese

Each day I do take time to stop and appreciate all that I have and am. Challenges continue to arise and Covid continues to throw its weight around in our area so we are keeping a low profile. I won’t say it’s a quiet life as harvest, teaching and family commitments have kept me busy. Blogging time has been very minimal and I am behind in reading other blog posts as well.

Hope all is well in your worlds. I hope to be back more regularly one of these fine days.


If I had been on the ball last night I would have linked this to the #Sundaystills hosted by Terri again over at Better late than never I guess!


I have had a love of the written word for my entire life. It's no surprise that eventually I found a platform where I could write. It's random; sometimes funny, occasionally sad, maybe even at times from anger and I lean towards creative photography and hands on crafts. I have a few blogs that high light these interests.

10 thoughts on “#SundayStills Falling for Fall

    1. Thanks Donna for the compliment. We see a ton of geese out here and indeed I captured them again last night as they flew right over the garden. Thanks for stopping in to read and engage. Take care. Bernie


  1. What a lovely poem 🥰 Crunchy leaves, crisp air and cinnamon spice. The smell of pine and the sound of crackling fireplace. These are things that really invigorate me. I can’t live without any of these things, and thankfully, I don’t have to 🍂🍁 Happy Fall, Bernie 🥰


    1. Avia, crunchy leaves never made the poem because out here in the country we don’t have them as they just get blown away! But I love finding some in the city to walk through. Like you I love living in a 4 season world and look forward to how things change. We’ve had a couple of outside fires in the evenings as the wind has finally died down and it’s so nice. Thanks for the compliment about the poem and for sharing what brings you joy in the fall. Take care. Bernie

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    1. I am pretty sure it is not ahead! But sometimes we just have to roll with how things work out. Thanks for the comment about the photos and the words. They just kind of fell together. Take care and stay safe. We live in zoos it seems you and I. Bernie


  2. There is no better time than fall to make us realize that life is temporary, but even in its shortness can be so beautiful. Happy fall Bernie. Allan


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