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Thursday, October 10, 2013


Fall is my favorite time of the year but then a lot of you already knew that fact. To me it’s a sensory overload but in this case it’s a good one. I love the smell of fall, the feel of it, the colors and the remnants that abound as well as the azure blue skies.

Here in West Virginia we are blessed with a glorious fall every year. The mountains sing with vivid colors—they are so vivid that it is breathtaking. Every single color and hue is there and it looks like God has taken His paint brush and splattered colors everywhere. There is no other way to explain it other than that. It’s miraculous time after time.

If you live in an area where you don’t have fall, I feel sorry for you are missing the most colorful season of the year. If you google “Fall in West Virginia” you will see the astounding colors I’m talking about. But I can’t describe the smell of fall, nor the feel of it other than it makes me delirious when I am outside taking in its glory. I wish I could describe it to those of you that have never experienced this season.

But if you have fall, you know what I’m talking about: It is a glorious season that is so full of sensory overload but it’s too brief! “Gather ye colored leaves while ye may” for winter looms ahead. Meanwhile, go out and enjoy each day of this short time of the year. Immerse yourself in its glory. I certainly do.

Sherry Hill

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