Traditionally Autumn is a time of abundant color, pumpkins and squash, heartier harvest meals, and cozy sweaters, yet too often we forget that it’s also a time of fertile transition.
Maybe the second half isn’t so much about what we want to do, but what we won’t do anymore.
Reflect back on the last time you witnessed unfamiliar children interacting with one another, they march right up and fearlessly say hello don’t they? Most young children under the age of eight when faced with meeting other kids for the first time, approach in a expectant way of joining the fun. They don’t stand there wondering: […]