fall on king street

Like many, I'm not one to let a season pass without fully immersing ourselves in it: heart, stomach, and olfactory senses.
I'm especially fond of Fall this year. Relating might be a better choice of word. It's the way it relinquishes itself to the changes which it cannot control. And the way that those changes yield such beauty.
I also don't hate how we haven't turned our air conditioning on in what seems like weeks. Shamefully, I'm not one to stick out a little indoor humidity for the sake of the power bill. The weather has been that beautiful.
Here's how we're celebrating Fall on King Street:
Not pictured: pumpkin spice creamer, caramel squares "only to be used for baking," and an unnatural amount of fall-scented candles and air fresheners.

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