Thursday, October 31, 2013

October Gone By

Pumpkin Patch

Pumpkin Carving

Fall CSA Cooking

Fall Outdoor Colors

Fall Tea with our CM Group:
The Large Room

Fall Poetry Recitation
October Winds
by Virginia D. Randall
October winds are new and clean;
They sweep the land for Halloween;
They snatch the leaves from all the trees,
Then soften down to faintest breeze.
They chase the cobwebs from the sky,
They bare the crow's nest, way up high;
They sway the poplars in the park,
They push in storm clouds, gray and dark.
They bring a warning nip of frost,
Reminding birds that summer's lost;
Then gently shoo the flocks away,
Before the winter comes to stay.