This And That Time Of Year

It’s that time of year again! The air is chilled, the leaves have turned a beautiful array of colors, trick-or-treat’rs are at the door and, I’ve caught a cold!! Time to make some soup, get better, and get back in the studio. No one wants to hear a song sung with a stuffy nose (unless of course, it’s by Rod Stewart). It’s okay though, because, I have some artwork to finish up (which is a part of a long list of things that I’m severely backed up on).

This time of year, I like cooking more; trying new recipes and old favorites, and, I like going for scenic drives. There is always someplace to discover.

Around this time last year, I’d discovered a gorgeous monastery, in the middle of nowhere (while on my way to a billiard-hall no less).

What do y’all do that’s special in the fall?


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  1. “No one wants to hear a song sung with a stuffy nose (unless of course, it’s by Rod Stewart).” I see you’re a comedian too lol you’re funny!

    P.S. You should make the pic of that golden monastery a bit larger. It’s beautiful!

  2. In tropical countries, we don’t get much effect when it comes to Christmas weather except maybe for some few chilly winds here and there but I do find Christmas still enjoyable. Anyways, good luck wherever you are. I wonder where you are at this time of year?

  3. Are you sharing something that you are having colds? Sorry for incorrect understanding,but I hope you get well if that is the case.

  4. It’s really surprising to wake up one day and realise that this year is nearing its end. We will be facing another year and time is going faster than before.

  5. Trying out new recipes is a must of me during such time of the year. And I wish you well this time round as you maneuver around, hopefully after dealing with the cough.

  6. “Time to make some soup, get better, and get back in the studio.” What I think that, when you back to work, you might wake up to do more goodies.

  7. Wow. It has been a long time and I hope you are doing well. A soup is a perfect food for a chill weather. Since the year is going to end I have a tight schedule at my work which reduced my time in online. Anyways good to see you and good luck. And the monastery looks amazing. 🙂

  8. Wondering where you are? That’s a very interesting photo. I’d like to be able to see it someday. And yes, cold weather means hot soup should be ready to warm the tummy. I like ramen on a chilly day!

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