25 Pumpkin Carving & Pumpkin Painting Ideas

Jack-o-lanterns can be carved into anything we desire. It does not always have to be spooky and haunted faces. Here is a list of fun ideas that you can carve or paint onto your fall pumpkins this year. These designs will spruce up your front porch and push your creativity to a whole new level. A sunflower Crescent moon Stars The word “Boo!” A cat’s … Continue reading 25 Pumpkin Carving & Pumpkin Painting Ideas

A Note To You On World Mental Health Day

Today is World Mental Health Day. I would put the word “Happy” in front of those four words, but mental health is nothing to be happy about. It is a day of odd recognition, nothing like our most beloved holidays, such as Thanksgiving and Christmas. But this is a day to realize the power our mental health has over us as humans. Humans are only … Continue reading A Note To You On World Mental Health Day

A Day At Pennsylvania’s Longwood Gardens

This past weekend, I spent Saturday at Pennsylvania’s Longwood Gardens. Located in Kennet Square Pennsylvania, Longwood Gardens offers several acres of blooms of all type. Sections of the park possess their own theme and as the seasons come and go, special exhibits are open to all. Until November 17th, the theme is Blooms & Bamboo. Next, Longwood Gardens will ring in the holidays with Christmas … Continue reading A Day At Pennsylvania’s Longwood Gardens

An October Poem: In The Trees

In the treesWith the subtle breeze,Maple and sycamoreWaterfall. In the treesWith the mild breeze,Gray and cream scarvesFlutter like silken snow owls. In the treesWith the shivered breeze,Chestnut squirrelsPluck their tails. In the treesWith the billowed breeze,Orange harmoniesAnd yellow melodiesChime as the sun driftsIn thenOut. In the treesWith the blizzard breeze,The lapis skyLapped at EastAnd folded atWest. In the treesWith the thunderstorm breeze,Where birdhouses swayBranches bowAnd … Continue reading An October Poem: In The Trees

Autumn Color Schemes

Autumn comes with its own color palette. From a range of greens, pale to dark like pine, and the lively reds and oranges that make our eyes widen with pleasure and allure. With all the color that sweeps the world, autumn’s colors can inspire fashion pairings, interior design trends, and more. For an extra boost of inspiration and dose of colorful living, here is an … Continue reading Autumn Color Schemes

The Best Fall (And Winter) Sales & Deals At Hobby Lobby

Feeling like getting crafty? Hobby Lobby has you covered! Hobby Lobby is one of the best places to shop for craft supplies, home decor, and any other knick-knacks you are hoping to find. With fall right around the corner, I visited my local Hobby Lobby to track down some of the best deals and products that you need in your life, (you just may not … Continue reading The Best Fall (And Winter) Sales & Deals At Hobby Lobby

The Ultimate Fall Bucket List

Bucket lists are not just lists of extravagant things to do before life has managed to pass you by. Bucket lists are not just for the season of summer either, deciding how to fill long days and the coordinates of your next vacation. The list of things to do during fall is quite expansive too. This year, enjoy fall as much as possible and live … Continue reading The Ultimate Fall Bucket List

Tips For Describing The Season Of Autumn

Autumn is my favorite season. The cool off of temperature and the warmth of trees and fallen leaves makes me happy. I enjoy the transition of short sleeve to long sleeve, tank top to sweater. The shifting seasons will aways act as inspiration for a writer’s work. The idea of leaves falling to the ground have spawned endless metaphors and symbols within the written word. … Continue reading Tips For Describing The Season Of Autumn

8 Original Haikus

Eight original haikus inspired by cooling weather and the vigor of autumn. Rubied polygons Autumn’s dust sprinkles downward Crinkled by footprints. The compass spinned North Pinecone bunches crowded feet Juniper island. A cinnamon scarf Hugs her neck cozily and Will let go in bloom. You stitched as time ticked Woolen web of space and time Fiber atmosphere. Blushed in rosy shades Picked and plucked from … Continue reading 8 Original Haikus

A September Poem: Cows

Fields sprinkled inGood morning residue,Sprout tips dipped inMidnight’s dainty drops. Calves and cowsMake their rounds,By the fenceShared with weeds. Their coatsPure whiteLike kitchen cream. Shielded sunClouds distort,Golden hillTeal land sweepsBeneath. A creek tricklesIn meager chains ofSterling. The center treeBegins to bareLeaves abandoningThe bended branches. Grass blades pressBeneath the heavy printsOf polk-a-dottedBeasts. Summer rollsLike the fog,Autumn snags ontoThe next moment,But first quietly. Whispers of appleWhistles of … Continue reading A September Poem: Cows