There is a subtle chill in the air. The sun is sleeping in longer than I am. Wearing my thick knit orange sweater and my big brown boots I am hit with the realization that today is my first day of fall. Whatever the calendar says, I ignore it because today is the day that my Fall has begun.

I have been reluctant to warmly welcome this new season as I feel Summer went on without me even realizing it. I wasn’t ready to say goodbye to raspberries and tomotoes. I didn’t want to bid ado to stone fruits and snap peas. I shed a tear as black and blueberries have come and gone.

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7 Responses to “Warming up Fall”

  1. jen

    Congratulations on the writing opporunity! That’s so exciting.

    I love soup during autumn too, although I think I jumped the gun at embracing the season. I’d choose a sweater in the morning and then regret it because the temperatures were still in the high 70s low 80s!

    I have a butternut waiting to be made into soup soon too.

  2. Eileen

    I miss all of those things you mentioned; the tomatoes especially. But I do love fall, the cooler temps and the dark nights. Nothing beats a one pot meal simmering on the stove all day and baking bread.

  3. Jena Murray

    Perfect timing on this recipe… the ingredients are *exactly* what I purchased at the farmer’s market yesterday – yea! Miss you as our neighbors…



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