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It's In The Air

A new week, a new month and soon a new season...time marches on whether we are ready or not.   I can feel it in the air.  The mornings are crisper and the rain is wetter...The sun is low and not as strong..In New England the change comes quick.

Finishing up one course on Relections of You and now moving on to Sparkle...Not sure how long I'll be sparkling if I don't slow down... but really it is good to keep learning and although I need the lessons,  some days I just have to know that I can't make it....but learn I do and this is a thank you to both Xanthe and Kim...what great spirit they bring to the in-box each day.   Creative genius's for sure and they hold us in their grip always promising more.   

So we march on,  soldier's of learning.  Into this new season with it's lesson's and light...yes Lightroom here I come.

The color's are changing here already.   Newness is in the air and I will welcome it with all the good that it will bring...cider donuts,  pumpkins, orange, red and yellows...Babies growing, walks in the park and kicking up some leaves.   

Then when it becomes to much I'll go away some place warm and wonderful...I also have a travel list to add to the List in Beyond Layers...

St. Maarten in February...every year.

Oregon Trail...soon

Seattle Washington 

Back to of my all time favorite destinations.

I'm keeping my list small for now so that it is attainable...Lastly the most beautiful place to me will always be my little house in the woods of Maine...everything that calls to me is there.

Enjoy the changes coming your much beauty out there.   Go find yourself some.


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Reader Comments (8)

Grat post! Please let me know when you are in Seattle so we can hook up for a walking photo shoot! Cheers

September 4, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCarol Hart

beautiful post...autumn is indeed in the air...and St maarten every February? lucky you!

September 4, 2012 | Unregistered Commenternancyjean

What a beautiful post, Cheryl. I love the quote you chose for your lovely autumn image. We seem to be in alignment with capturing the early changing leaves. I'd love it if you join my linky party! ;->

September 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterLissa @ lafcustomdesigns

I would be happy with a little house in the woods in Maine. We were in St. Maarten last March very beautiful. Bring on Autumn!

September 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterSarah

Your photo is great and I love the quote!

September 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterRobyn

Is that Cadillac island? We went to Maine for my honeymoon, after my dad's funeral. Because of the grief and triggers of that sad time (my dad not the honeymoon), I don't know if I'll ever be able to go back...but it was lovely. As far as the Oregon Trail goes, don't take Hastings doomed the Donner Party! And if you stop at Sutter's Fort, say hi to my friend who is a docent there. She's a peach!

Denise in Akron, Ohio from BL and BTS

September 5, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterDenise Powers Fabian

I feel the need to slow down too but I don't for some reason. I'm sure it'll catch up with me, but for now I'm full steam ahead. I am taking far too many e-classes! I'm also wishing for cooler temps. :) Safe travels to you.

September 8, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterNaomi

Thank you all for stopping by.. Your comments mean a lot as I start on this journey called blogging...
Naomi...I think, for the most part, if we love what we are doing it's o.k...I am trying to put in some reading time though..
Hi Denise...No that is just a little lake in Lenox Massachusetts where I went to take my writing class. I just love the view though. I have been to Cadillac Mountain many times and it is beautiful but I understand your feelings...

September 9, 2012 | Unregistered Commentercheryl c.

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