A few years ago I read the book, “The Seasons of God” by Henry Blackaby. In the book, Blackaby shares wisdom on seasonality in life. One of the things that really stuck with me when I read it was about not trying to rush a season. I’d found myself almost every winter, after Christmas came and went, wishing it was already Spring. Since reading this book, I now try to find ways to savor each season, even if it’s not my favorite.
Teddy is a huge Penn State football fan so we took a trip to see Penn State play on the road in Iowa during the 2021 football season. Rather than just going to the game and coming home, we decided to make it into a mini road trip.
Watkins Glen State Park is nestled among the Finger Lakes in New York state. It’s right on the south side … More
Earlier this week I shared Part 1 of the Best Fall Hikes in Pennsylvania. It included 7 hikes from different … More
There’s still time to see beautiful fall colors this fall. Because of some of the more recent warmer temperatures, there are many locations where the leaves haven’t peaked yet.
I hope you’re able to look for the joy in the season you’re in. Because a season should never be wished away or wasted.
Happy Fall Friends! The character Anne of Green Gables said it best, “I’m so glad I live in a world … More
Last week I shared my top 10 places to visit during the fall as well as some places on my … More
The crisp air of fall mixed with the vibrant colors gives me so much joy. I love leaf peeping and … More