Yes, this is another post where I wonder what I did to deserve to live in a place like THIS:
It's enough to make me want to buy a new camera. The camera I used to take these pictures has been dropped and slobbered on and attacked by beach and desert sand too many times to do justice to this kind of scenery. But here's a few more,
(We pass this field every once in a while if we drive a certain way and every time, I want to jump out of the car and just run across it. One of these days, I just might have to give in.)
...and in Lansing. No, I don't have any idea what is going on here. Let's just hope it has something to do with Halloween:
Experiencing autumn for the first time in a long time has brought back all kinds of childhood memories, like how fun it is to wade through a shin-deep pile of leaves, or bury yourself or others in same. Or how satisfying it can be to step on leaves that are juuuuust the right amount of crunchy. Also in the "oh yeah, I forgot about this" category: how slimy the fallen leaves get when it rains, and the way the view outside your window changes from day to day as the foliage grows more and more sparse. Good memories. Yes, I love fall.
(Sorry for the bumpy layouts recently. I switched to the new editor and it is beyond wonky sometimes.)