Butterflies in Flower Mound, Texas are getting prepared to migrate. It is time for Fall and transformation, and falling in love while embracing change and paying attention to the landscaping in beautiful Autumn.
Never miss an opportunity for a sunset in Fall. The air is fresh, clean, and so vibrant with positive energy.
Grapevine Nash Farms is always busy in the Fall. This is a fun place to tour in Autumn and fall in love with farm life as it was when Nash Farm began in 1869. It is never too late to Fall in love.
Autumn puts on quite a show with its changing of the leaves. Every season has its own reasons to Fall in love.
Finding Organic Pumpkins and Squash made in the USA is something to be grateful for and a good reason to remember to eat healthy while you can and never take a good opportunity for granted. This is another reason to keep falling in love in Autumn.
It is easy to fall in love with Fall colors in a seasonal bouquet of flowers. There is a healing power with cut flowers used for decorations in a home. Homeownership is a gift. Flowers makes every room brighter.
From week-to-week I keep falling in love with Grapevine, Texas' Farmer's Market. It is a great place to hang around year round when you live in Flower Mound or nearby communities. At the Farmer's Market, I'm always in good company with seasonal fruits, vegetables, flowers, pumpkins, fresh cut wood, and all the things that feels just right for the body, mind, and soul.
Fresh garlic makes so many meals taste delicious. You can make fresh garlic bread and dress it up like a Mummy for Halloween. Just buy French Bread, slice in half, cut to size, spread with melted butter and minced garlic, sprinkle paprika or Italian herbs, add crisscross strips of Mozzarella Cheese, cut a black olive in half for eyes, and bake it in the oven for a short time. Keep your eyeballs on it so it doesn't burn.
Candy Corn brings back memories of falling in love with Fall and Trick or Treat.
Tis the season to fall in love with edible mushrooms. There is something uncanny, mysterious, intriguing about the fungi treats that suddenly appears in Fall on the ground, around the trees, and in grocery stores in the produce department. Knowing what is poisonous and what is safe is wise. They vegetate underground in mysterious masses of dense, white, tangled mycelium (looks like threads) and can live a long time. I like to research medical books and read they can bolster the immune system and allow greater tolerance for drugs in use for chemotherapy - but I would talk to a physician first before experimenting. I am not a medical advisor. But isn't it interesting?
Falling in love in Autumn is simply magical in so many different ways! Happy Fall. It really is time to FALL in Love!!