Every day brings more changes to the mountain top, now that Autumn is nearly upon us.
The Morning Glories on the arch outside my kitchen window are drying up, ready to scatter seeds for next year's garden.
Meanwhile, at the entrance to the veggie garden, the vines are still quite robust indeed.
The Coneflowers are finished for the season, but the annuals around the garden are still going strong.
The Dill in the herb boxes on the deck is done, kaput, finito. The other herbs are still hanging on and flavoring many of my meals, at least for now.
The view from the deck is changing quickly, with color popping into the trees, more and more each day.
The change of seasons in the Northeast is so gorgeous - I feel so very blessed to live in a climate where I have four very different seasons of beauty to enjoy.
A scattering of leaves, for now....pretty soon it will be a carpet of vibrant color.
Back inside the house I have started to decorate for autumn, which brings a new level of warmth and coziness to my little house.
I can't show you much, yet, because I've been invited to take part in the Bloggers Seasonal Harvest Tour over at Cozy Little House, which is going to be taking place from October 3rd through 7th. I'm super excited - this is my very first time being included in a tour and I can't wait to share my fall home with all of you!
Meanwhile, the apple and pumpkin scented candles are scenting the air and there are warm colors both inside and out.
And life is good.