Ben and I decided to take a walk and look at all the lovely fall leaves today. Isn’t it gorgeous? 🙂 I recently went through surgery, and I’m recovering well. It’s nice to be up and about, even if I can’t walk very far at the moment. There’s something restorative about the autumn season to me. It’s a reminder to slow down, to shed what I no longer need, and that change can be a very beautiful process.
Ben took some pictures of the fall leaves for me. He’s such a sweetheart. 🙂 This vine was growing over the side of this fence, and it looked so beautiful. I love how they are slowly changing from green to red. Sometimes slow change is the best kind, even if it’s a bit hard to be patient.
Here’s me posing against a tree. I’m not wearing any makeup, and I look tired, but that’s okay. The trees are pretty, and life is good. 🙂
In case you were wondering…
My Outfit Deconstructed:
- T-Shirt: $3, from my Down East Haul
- Jean Shorts: $5 (Old Navy)
- Sneakers: $40 (Columbia)