Last week our friend from college flew here from Maui to visit. I’m not sure how we’ve built such a strong friendship, except that we just click. She and I had a few classes together in Miami, FL (I think three), and then she moved back to Maine to complete her college career. We were all very busy, going to school full-time and working full-time, but like I said – we just clicked.
Thirteen years later, we are still busy, and we live thousands of miles apart, but we still click. We spent all of last week together adventuring, so I have loads of pictures and stories to share – which is at the root of my feeling overwhelmed. It’s not a bad thing at all. So, this morning, instead of dealing with all that looming goodness (that just happens to be represented by a ton of effort ahead), I ventured out to capture the post-cold front beauty of my backyard view.
While I work on gathering the threads of my yarn, here’s so fall splendor for your delight. I hope you enjoy the colors while I get to work not working 😉 (We are off for the orchard soon, you see…)
Not quite the backyard. A couple miles down the road, at Rugg Pond