Lets just marinate in some goods words, shall we? It seems like a good way to begin. Here are some of my own, personal favorites. Which ones did I miss that you love the sound or feel of?
Utterly Enjoyable Autumn WordsDecidiousScythePersimmonHarvestCornucopiaShadowCiderSheavesSnuggleGoldenQuiltSeptemberRussetBlazeFogRustedFlannelCrimsonChanterelleMeanderCracklingMapleSmokeSquashHarvestSpiderCandleCrispAspenMarigoldHazelScarletAnd then, just because delicious words make me think of poetry, in a When You Give A Moose A Muffin Style....lets have a classic poem by James Whitcomb Riley. I like to imagine my farming great-grandpa, suddenly possessed of a desire to write poems speaking out these lines while he stumps along from orchard to barnyard to his masonry trimmed farmhouse where I was this summer. I miss him and I wish he could know my little boys and that I could marinade in his comforting presence and imagine they will turn out sturdy and reliable and warm, like him.