This week, after a full day, I meandered into Trader Joes to pick up some of their autumn specialty items. You know, the Pumpkin Kringle that I freeze for our fall, family gatherings and the Pumpkin Ravioli that ALWAYS disappears before I can stock up on it. After choosing a
I love to cuddle up with autumn. It’s the time of year when I look forward to crisp days, cozy gatherings with family, and walking through pumpkin patches with grandkids. If you’re still waiting to connect with autumn, I’ve lined up some popular posts from the last few years. I
With the kids finally all off living their own lives, Tom and I are settling into a life of quiet dinners, work, hospitality, and finding out how much we enjoy an empty nest. We like it. A lot. Margaret Kim Peterson caught my attention in her book, Keeping House: The
Fall hasn’t given me much time to make autumn memories this year. It has been a short season for us here on the Central Coast of California. One day in early November the weather clocked in at 100 degrees, and four days later the hillsides were white with frost. Green
Hello Monday, and hello to autumn reading! And banana bread. And Tom’s favorite ice cream. Crisp weather on a Monday morning launches my autumn reading—books that call me to reflect on my journey with Jesus. Saturday was blustery, so I made Blueberry Lavender Ice Cream and Banana Bread, both from
Try these autumn decorating ideas to honor the God who created the seasons. Then tell your kids and grandkids the stories of the God who provides.