I think fall is really here now. There’s that snap in the air that tells me it’s October, as the leaves begin to slip into their autumn colors and the sky takes on that kind of clear blue sparkle that heralds the winter season ahead. It’s the kind of weather that literally makes me bounce down the street to the farmers market, which is really at its peak right now, full of butternut squash and Bosc pears, the sweetest spinach of the season, and every kind of apple under the s
“Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.” — Albert Camus
My husband Matthew shared this quote with me the other day and it perfectly captures the season that we are in right now, as summer gives way to fall and all the good things that come with it. While I love the sunny weather and beautiful fresh produce of summer, there is something magical about this transitional time of year when we can enjoy warm days and cool nights, while our plates are filled with e
I don't know about you, but I'm ready for fall — cozy sweaters, bubbling casseroles, and apple picking are somewhere out there on the horizon. In the meantime, summer doesn't seem to want to give up quite yet where I am, even if Labor Day is a thing of the past. So I'm hosting an Indian Summer Tea Party.
While most people think of this time of year as Back to School, I think of it as "Back to Busy". The lazy days of summer are over — even if the weather is still warm — and