In which it’s the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness

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Late summer roses and mint tea, made with fresh mint; bounty from the garden.

Autumn is definitely on its way: there is a crispness to the air and the trees are starting to be shot through with red.  This is my favourite time of year, when the nights start to draw in and it’s time for woolly scarves and leather boots to come out of storage.  Carnival, apple crumble, bonfires, walks in the park crunching through the leaves – lots of lovely things to look forward to.

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2 responses »

  1. Oooh – I do love fall and it is amazing how much warm sunny days can change, like a switch has been flicked, to that fall-is-in-the-air feeling. It’s happened out here in Oregon too.

    But I say that every time the season changes and I still can’t decide which is my favorite. When we lived in the Caribbean, you have no idea how much I missed the turning of the seasons. There is no way a “tropical paradise” can replace it.

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