My friends and I have been taking part in a photo challenge in which we try to take a fall-themed photo everyday. This past couple of years we’ve slowly separating physically, so we wanted a way to remain connected emotionally. I’ve been posting my photos to Instagram, but I thought since October is coming to a close, I’d share the photos here.
A teacher’s life.
A pile of leaves.
A batch of fall treats. Oh and Scout!
A field of pumpkins.
Scout’s new favorite spot to curl up.
The beginning of fall colors.
Baking brownies with a friend after she had a rough day.
The backs of the uniforms at the volleyball game.
Leaf crunching has commenced. And the Chacos were still out.
More fall colors. Walks are a wonderful part of my day.
My walk up my “mountain” in honor of Berea’s Mountain Day.
The game in action. These girls played hard this season and came out with a winning season.
My ACT Prep class assembled a OCC box. They wrote Merry Christmas in all of their languages. It was a neat experience, and I’ll do it with my sophomores later this week.
Some friends and I got together to play Settlers of Catan. I’ve been trying hard this school year to balance work and fun.
I brought in my begonias since the weather is getting more chilly, and I don’t want them to die. Here’s to hoping I can keep the plants alive and that Scout doesn’t attack them.
Well that’s what I’ve been up to this October. It’s been full of work, fun, volleyball, Scout cuddles, and rest with God.