Falling in Color

September 19, 2010 at 6:37 pm 3 comments

This time of year always leaves me feeling a bit wishy-washy. Love the colors. Dislike {cuz hate is a strong word} saying goodbye to summer. Love the change. Hate Dislike what’s in store for us mid-January through February.

In any case, it is a beautiful, beautiful time of year and while the hummingbirds are still showing up, I’m not going to complain about dipping temps- just yet. And, true confession… I actually like putting the garden away for the winter. Maybe gardeners aren’t supposed to say that, but it’s true for me.

Plus, I’ve got some pondering and reflecting to do this fall and winter. Like, what in the world direction this blog is going to take. Who am I as a blogger- er I mean– online writer? Do I simply chronicle creation or go deeper to the Creator… Do I have the guts… the inspiration…

I hope you’ll stay with me as I play a little ping-pong with these questions.

{Red Wing, MN}

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  • 1. Lori Bunny Carlson  |  September 23, 2010 at 1:51 pm

    I will try again, I’m not sure if my note got through. Heidi, Beautiful Red Maple or is it a Red Oak? I can not see the leaves. Do you have a lil rec fire, this is one of my favs to doin the fall., crisp air and the smell of burning logs and leaves.. I enjoy your blog….

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  • 2. Heidi  |  September 25, 2010 at 10:14 am

    Thank you Bunny! I have no idea what type tree it is. I took it down in Red Wing. Strange how fire-y red and still w/ lots of green. Thank you for stopping by, I enjoy your comments!

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  • 3. Kathleen  |  May 19, 2011 at 4:13 pm

    Heidi you are so talented!!! I just love reading your stuff and oh so helpful too!! Sharon sent me your link and I just had to sign up 🙂
    LY, Kathleen

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