Falling for Autumn

Tripping Through Treacle

Following on from my most recent blog post, describing the hidden, more emotional MS symptoms that I have, I thought that it would be nice to focus on something a bit more happy and positive.  I have just managed to get through a weekend of taking care of the kids by myself whilst hubby was away, including a trip to school this morning in the bright autumn sunshine… and it made me think of how much I LOVE autumn.

I was born in Canada and lived there until I was 12 years old.  I distinctly remember the fall season; the smells  (bonfires, chimney smoke, the smell of crisp air), the sounds (crunchy leaves underfoot), the sights (amazing, vibrant orange, red and gold trees), and the tastes (warm apple cider, maple syrup tapped straight from the tree).  Where I am in the UK doesn’t quite match up with how I…

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