By L.Leander, Author of Fearless Fiction It’s here again. Time change. On Sunday morning we turn our clocks back one hour. I, for one, am not looking forward to it, and actually am trying to do things to prevent suffering the side effects that to me (a person with Bipolar Disorder) are hard to … Continue reading It’s About Time!
Post (c) by Doris McCraw For something different this post is sharing my love of Fall and Colorado Gold. Enjoy the trip And finally, Until next time, enjoy the fall weather, keep up the writing and continued inspiration to all as you travel this creative journey. Angela Raines is the pen name for Doris … Continue reading COLORADO GOLD
This post by Jennifer Flaten Happy Autumn, or as I like to call it Pumpkin Spice day. The day when every other flavor dies and pumpkin spice becomes the only flavor available until the peppermint mocha days of December. I like pumpkin spice the way God intended, in a pie. I don’t want it in … Continue reading It’s the Great Pumpkin Spice
This post by Joe Stephens I can't decide how I feel about this time of year. Part of me is looking forward to cool weather and brightly colored leaves and hikes in the woods without a thousand bugs flying in my face. But I have this weird quirk; I struggle sometimes to … Continue reading Every Silver Lining Has a Cloud
This post by Jennifer Flaten Last Thursday the kids were let out of school early. It was a gorgeous fall day, sunny with just a bit of wind to swirl the leaves around. I decided it would be the perfect time to go pick apples. Besides, I knew that apple season was rapidly … Continue reading An Apple a Day
By S. J. Brown Many people mourn the passing of summer, not me. During the hot days of summer I photograph very little. The critters hide deep in the woods to find shelter from the heat. Those that are accessible are not in the mood to pose for me. Of course there are some exceptions … Continue reading Summers Over
This post is by Joe Stephens I wrote a few months back about how summer is the weekend of the year, which might lead readers to think that it's my favorite time of year. It really isn't. There are things I love about every season (though, as I age, that's less and less true of winter), … Continue reading Autumn is the Best!
One of my favorite smells of summer is the sheets that have been dried on the clothesline in the hot sun. Summer tastes of homemade raspberry pie, not the baked ones that many people make, by one with a baked crust filled with fresh berries and covered in a homemade glaze that sets when it chilled.
I love the first few days of November. The weather is cool and crisp, there are more leaves off the trees than on, and we still have a few more weeks until the bustle of the holidays gets into full swing. For me this is a time of reflection, or maybe it would be more … Continue reading November by Erin Farwell
As a kid, I loved all things spooky so Halloween was a favorite holiday. I grew up on a farm in Michigan so by necessity, our costumes had to look good over or under something very warm or incorporate a coat into the overall design. This led to some pretty creative costumes. We didn’t have … Continue reading Happy Halloween – Then and Now by Erin Farwell