I love September and adore fall.
There’s a time element associated with the season that forces me to get out and make time to see the trees, view the colors, and breathe in the change.
This summer and fall have been amazing. Not too hot. A good bit of moisture. Higher humidity. And fall is following suit. Cool mornings. Warm days. Cool evenings.
A visit to Rocky Mountain National Park was the right thing to do this week to see the autumn leaves. In some places the aspen painted a swatch of gold across the landscape.
It was important to get up to see the trees before the weather changes, the wind blows or the snow falls.
It’s totally beautiful. And the smell of autumn is like nothing else. I hope you have the opportunity to view, breathe and enjoy it all.
And if you do find yourself among the trees, surrounded by sky and wide open spaces, I hope you are able to relax your shoulders, quiet your mind and breathe in the smell of the season.
With a smile on your face (of course!)