For a lot of people, fall is the best season. For me, fall means it's just a little closer to the dreaded "winter." Fall is like the old age of life. You're wise, but with rapidly failing health. It's getting colder, the trees are becoming bare, the plant life is dying and turning brown. It's the polar opposite of spring, which means new life, green everywhere, and warmth emerging from the cold of winter.
I know, I know. Enough of the negativity, though. It's time to be positive, to welcome the new season and focus on something I rather love doing: Decorating.
Every year I break out the plastic pumpkins and fall candles, and it makes things feel instantly home-y. Like last year's little ensemble here.
This year, I'm slowly getting fall decor out. I think I'll get the majority out this weekend. Better late than never, right? I think the wedding has pushed my schedule back a couple of weeks this year! Ha.
I picked up some mums today and a couple of fall candles, and I'll be sure to share some decor photos soon! I even have a little fall craft I'm planning on doing over the weekend. Get ready folks!