Google tells me fall starts on September 23, early in the morning at 4:21 A.M. The third season of the year, when crops and fruits are gathered and leaves fall, in the northern hemisphere from the September equinox to the December solstice. A time of maturity with apple picking in the near horizon, pumpkin lattes galore, and why not be honest. . . Pumpkin everything – pumpkin beer, pumpkin bread, pumpkin flavored aisles in the grocery store. I’m salivating just thinking about the fresh air, cooler nights, sunny days, colorful leaves, and EVERYTHING pumpkin.
In saying goodbye to yet another summer season done and gone – I took a mid-day stroll in the Crossroads neighborhood in Kansas City. A happy one at that, especially because it was my first 1 mile walk post surgery – okay I’m not going to lie I took a brunch break in the middle – but still counts right? Work. . . rest. . . work. . . rest. . . work. . . rest. . . elevate. . . ice. . .sleep.
My hubby. We found a yellow spotty pavement road in an alley way that is!
KC, somehow you make the mega space you have artsy, hip and fun to look at! Arts KC.
More breweries are popping up on the Missouri side, due to regulations letting up – slowly but surely. This piece of art was found at Border Brewing.
Rabbit Hole – do check it out and support their cause if you live here in KC; learn about what they do if you live afar.
A work in progress – slow but sure. Crossroads Arts District. KC neighborhood – Oh, so proud! Can’t wait for that streetcar to press GO!