Savouring the Season

October has arrived like an unexpected guest, catching me unprepared. Shorter days and cooler temperatures challenge summer’s laid back attitude. Winter nips at Autumn’s heels, and I want to stop the clock and savour whatever good days we have left.

The featured image is of Kettle Point, on Lake Huron. Ric and I drove there yesterday in celebration of a beautiful Fall day.

“Savour” was our weekly focus last week. Short as it is, Autumn offers much to enjoy, with the changing landscape.

Olga, from Stuff and what if… also captures the seasonal transition.

Proscenium honours a different kind of treasured moment.

Heart to Heart challenges us to savour new experiences.

AWISEWOMANSJOURNEY offers a different challenge.

Reverie in reverse writes about special passages.

Sgeoil laments lost moments.

one letter UP savours a good read.

Reena Saxena gives food a soulful twist.

Thank you to all who participated for reminding us how rich life is.

See you tomorrow for a new challenge.

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Permission to write, paint, and imagine are the gifts I gave myself when chronic illness hit - a fair exchange: being for doing. Relevance is an attitude. Humour essential.

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