While it comes a bit later living in Dallas, I often reflect on the beautiful fall days I enjoyed in college and in seminary in Virginia.
The bright orange, yellow, brown, and red colored leaves on the trees are breathtaking.
The gentle, slightly cool breeze brushing against your face lets you know change is ahead and a new season is at hand.
Pumpkin spice candles and lattes permeate the air and hug your soul.
Sweet apple cidar with cinnamon sticks simmer in the crock pot, smelling so good, your mouth melts.
Fall for our family is also significant of life. My husband Jeremiah, my son John, and myself were all born in the fall (October exactly). Our baby girl is expected to arrive this fall as well.
I believe God gives us all the tiny little joys of fall to remind us that he’s involved in the changing colors of our lives. He makes all things new and he’s in the process of transforming all of us, season by season.
What do you love about fall?