It’s laundry day today. The house has been cleaned, the floors mopped. Bread is rising on the counter and the dishes are done. The air was a little cooler this morning. The sun is out, but you can feel the humming of change in the air. The shadows are changing, the length of day is slowly changing and the quality of the light itself is changing. It’s gradually moving away from the golden hue it cast onto every thing in the haze of summer to a more whiteish dazzling light that welcomes in autumn and then winter.

School is just around the corner. The blackberries are beginning to ripen. One season is beginning to slip into the next. Things are changing whether we are ready or not.

{Image: Germany: Black Forest by Ronald Searle, 1964 for Holiday Magazine // Pinned HERE}