Fall is on it’s way out in Nashville, but it’s felt pleasantly long this year. Days of warm sunshine & cool breezes that give way to nights just perfectly cool for sitting around a fire. The return of hot coffee drinks. Foggy, dew covered mornings. All as the Artist puts on an amazing show in the death of the leaves. A death that brings vibrantly beautiful colors before it’s end & one that is necessary for the beautiful green of Spring we’ll have in a couple of months. It truly doesn’t get much better in my opinion. Autumn just begs for photos. And so, an ode to autumn…a symphony of photos…
I have been waiting to bring back this post in a Throwback Sunday. A year ago today, I wrote this…
“There’s no place like home.” Or is there? What is “home” after all? Where is it?
I’m sitting here in an apartment that I love with the sun shining in. It’s beautiful.
But in my hand I hold a cup of Drew’s Brews coffee.
And today, it’s taking me back to Nashville where I spent most of this past week. And my heart is sad, a piece of it almost feels empty. Is it possible that a place you have spent less than 72 hours in can feel like home?
Today, I think it is. And to be honest, it’s not a good feeling. I don’t know what God is up to in my heart but I sure can’t wait to figure it out.
Where is “home” for you? Is it more than one place?
Today, Nashville IS home. I’ve been here 6 months. I’ve seen a couple of seasons come and go.