November 3, 2009

Fall in New England is my favorite time of the year. There is a crispness in the air and the tree lined streets are glimmering with gold, copper and red leaves. You can hear them crunching as you walk through the many outdoor festivals...Chowder Festival, Apple Cider Festival, etc. There is a little apple stand in the front yard on the way to my old church in Springfield, MA that sells apple cider pressed from their own orchard and apple cider donuts.

The photo in my header reminds of those days when I lived in Connecticut. Now that I live in Utah, the Fall season is very short. We usually only get a few weeks of cooler weather because Winter is quick to push its way in. I still love it though. The mountains are filled with beautiful colors, and like the line from Miss Congeniality, "It's not too hot or too cold. All you need is a light sweater!"


  1. Hey Stacy - I didn't know that you have a blog. Just found it through your facebook page - (hope that's ok!).
    Josh went on his mission back east and is always telling me that the Utah autumn doesn't even compare. Hopefully I'll be able to go there to experience it for myself sometime!

  2. back east misses you, just had an apple cider donut this weekend (covered in cinnamon of course)

  3. Wow, your head picture is beautiful! We definitely miss out on those beautiful fall trees here in the desert!

    Just poppin' in from SITS, love your blog!

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