Here in Delaware, we are lucky enough to be able to enjoy the most beautiful aspects of all four seasons: snowy ground each winter, cherry blossoms for spring, sunny beaches in the summer, and the changing leaves of fall.
In addition to the foliage and sweater weather, autumn has its own particular brand of nostalgia. (Plus, it’s the only season that goes by two names, so it must be special.) There seems to be something about it that triggers something sentimental and hopeful. As F. Scott Fitzgerald said in The Great Gatsby, “life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” Continue reading