Thursday, September 01, 2011

autumn's cheer


Happy September!!
In my little book of rules, the first of September is the beginning of autumn...

...and despite the presence of the sun last evening...


...the crisp air shouted "autumn" loud and clear!

It's time to pull out your woolies!! Happy dance!! :)

Happy Friday-eve!!
 

By all these lovely tokens
September days are here,
With summer’s best of weather
And autumn’s best of cheer.
~Helen Hunt Jackson


10 comments:

etqoe1953 said...

I adore Autumn. It's my favorite time of year. Here in the Midwest it's doing all it can to hang on to summer - but I'm like you! It's September. That means Fall! YEAAAAA

Tammy said...

It's Autumn until this weekend, then it's summer again! ;) You know how I love Autumn too, the cooler, crisp days, and apple cider!

Zulka said...

Beautiful colors!

Discoknits said...

And someone posted on Facebook that Starbucks has Pumpkin Spiced Lattes on the menu. huzzah!

Andi said...

I agree, time to pull out the woolies. I do believe that Fall seems to be every knitters favorite season! Happy Knitting on those wonderful socks.

Judy S. said...

You're right, fall is in the air; we have big spiders making webs everywhere, and this morning the thermometer said 52! What a pretty colorway, what is it?

Susan in Cincinnati said...

Thanks for the thoughts...of cooler weather. We're getting hit with another heat wave - outside anyway. Over 100 tomorrow....in Ohio! But, we're not flooded, we have no water or wind damage. And, this will pass! Thanks for giving the gift of thoughts of Fall!!! Hugs! (Cause your may be cool enough of enjoy them!!!) :^)

Alison said...

I'd dance with you if it weren't for the fact that we will hit 100 for the next several days!
Your photos are the eye candy that start my day!

JelliDonut said...

So many of the best things in my life happened to me in the fall. Lovely!

Kathy said...

Beautiful photos and sentiments as always, though here in the midwest (southeastern Iowa), where I live, it was 101 today! :) I'm sure it will feel like Autumn sometime soon, though, and that will be a welcomed thing.