After a couple of cloudy days and one VERY rainy day, it was good to be able to go outside on a walk Sunday morning!
The sky seemed a little bluer and the animals (upright and those on all fours) seemed to a little happier to greet the morning. Every living thing seemed to be celebrating the bright new day with its own special glow. (Maybe not the longhorns…)
The fall color is fleeting at best in Texas, but if you are patient and lower your expectations (Midwestern fall expectations will set you up for disappointment), you can find trees with fantastic color. And, although it is difficult to find an entire tree line with eye-popping color, the right perspective can allow you to see the beauty a Texas fall offers.