Sep 21, 2010

First Day of Autumn




Tonight at 11:09 PM is the autumnal equionox and the official first day of Autumn!
 The changing light of fall is already visible on the pond as clouds reflect more clearly on the surface in the lower light. Cooler breezes , swaying trees and crisper colors are one of the goodies that come with autumn.
I love this time of year. I have so many good memories of these days in the past spent with loved ones and friends.
I will taking time off Thursday through Saturday for family time.
But if I can come up with something interesting meanwhile I will post and schedule it to run during that time.


"Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns." ~George Eliot

10 comments:

  1. you decribe it so beautiful, it even puts me in nostalgie mood) israel does not change a lot during autumn, trees are still green and it is still hot here...

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  2. Hi Annie! I was just looking up info on the first day of fall. Since Jacob's birthday is the 22nd, I was wondering if his birthday is always the 1st day of fall but found it varies slightly. All my calendars say the 22nd for 2010. Guess it varies according to where you are on the planet. :) Have you ever had any wild weather while in your Sukkah? (((Hugz)))

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  3. Hi Annie;

    Happy official 1st day of Autumn. I love the way you describe the holiday of Sukkot. I too rely on our God for his help and care. It gives me peace each day. I learn something wonderful and new every time I stop by here. Your photos are so peaceful looking. Enjoy your holiday my friend. Hugs

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  4. Thank you for another lovely post !
    One can almost hear the sound of the water splashing into the pond and the wind in the trees .
    May your heart's desires be yours in reality...with peace ,joy and abundance on top !

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  5. Hi Annie,
    I had no idea you celebrated all the Holiday's. I just observe the 2 the New Year and Yom Kippur all by myself. My family were reformed and then in later years relgion became non existent. The picture are beautiful. Happy Autumn and Sukkot!!
    Hugs, Dru

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  6. Yes, I am shomer shabbat and keep a kosher home.

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  7. Hi Annie,
    Hope you are enjoying your sukkah holiday :)
    Hugs, Dru

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  8. Hi Annie;

    Dropped in to see what's new and to wish you a happy (dreary and rainy here but we need it) Monday ;-} Hope your holiday and weekend were lovely for you. Hugs

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  9. Hi Annie! I so love stopping by here. You write so beautifully, & always share such lovely photos. Thank you for brightening the blogging world. Hugs!

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