Wednesday, October 6, 2010

at this point in time

(continuing on with autumn colors week - orange today)

I would venture to say we've finally found our fall rhythm. It no longer feels exhausting to get up earlier than we did a month ago, and watch the clock all the time, and have responsibilities like homework and making lunches and coaching (Alexi not me) and driving on fieldtrips. The structured-ness seems to suit us.

I was cold for the first time in ages last evening toward the end of our walk, and I loved it.

11 comments:

likeschocolate said...

So happy you have found your Rhymthm. We aren't quite there yet. One more week of basketball and live should get a lot easier.

KPiep said...

Orange day is a good thing! I just bought some orange shoes yesterday, and am looking around at all of hte orange myself.

Paige said...

I think we've found our rhythm, too, although I'm still trying for "lights out" at 8:30 each night; somehow it always seems to be more around 9:00. Gotta work on that!
Love those autumn colors, especially the tomatoes.

Barbara said...

The pumpkin on the table says it all!

Heather said...

The colors you captured here are gorgeous. Finding that fall rhythm is such a comforting thing. Enjoy

Char said...

loving the orange. structure to me is important (but not being rigid). :) have a beautiful day.

country girl said...

Isn't that first chill envigorating? My heart starts beating faster and I get so excited! :)
I enjoy visiting you here so much, Lecia.
Gorgeous photos!
One day you'll have to tell me all about living in Washington, because I'm starting to think it's an amazing place to live.

xo Dawn

Glossed and Found said...

We love this post and the rest of your blog!

We would love for you to stop by ours!

<3 Glossed&Found

Jacqueline said...

Both pics are lovely. And aren't tiny tomatoes the most photogenic thing? I don't like to eat them, but I love to photograph them.

Francesca said...

We're still working on finding a rhythm that suits all of us!

sandra said...

this is beautiful. those little tomatoes look so tasty! i love the fall rhythm and the beauty of the days it brings.