Friday, September 28, 2007

The Path To Autumn



Where does the path lead you?

12 comments:

Terrie Farley Moran said...

Leah.

This picture is perfect for me today. I had a part time job for the last two and half years and I quit yesterday.

So this path to Autumn leads to freedom and adventure. No sooner did I resign than I learned that I would have some out of town company coming from the south and then another friend coming from the west.

I have a book launch on November first and now I have lots of extra time to write, meditate and walk in the woods.

This picture says all of that to me. Thank you.

Terrie

the Bag Lady said...

Love the photo - I've always had a 'thing' about paths, or little dirt roads - an almost irresistable urge to find out where they lead. The same way I feel when I see an abandoned house leaning in a field - I always want to go inside. The little mysteries of life - where does this go; who lived there; why did they leave; what's behind that fence? Maybe I'm just a Nosy Old Bag!! (I prefer to think of it as a healthy curiosity...)

Leah J. Utas said...

Terrie - You're welcome. I'm so glad your path is leading you to adventure.
Best of everything with the book launch.
And congratulations on quitting your job.


Bag Lady - Thanks. I'm the same way about paths, old houses, etc.
Stuff should be explored.

Reb said...

to a picnic, or maybe I should make some lunch and check it again later?

Virginia Lee said...

I'm with Terrie. I see it as a path to new adventures. My adventures mostly involve writing a mystery novel for the first time (eek!) and finding/utilizing new means of getting help for my mom and me. Mostly, however, it reminds me to stay focused on manifesting a new future for us - to move forward and not backtrack or unmoving any more.

Leah J. Utas said...

Reb - why not do both?

Virginia Lee - A mystery novel? Good for you!
I'm glad your path is forward.

Reb said...

Too cold for a picnic here today! Hhmmm, I see my exciting future lying ahead of me - damn, hungry again! I guess my immediate future is cooking supper.

Either my timing sucks for viewing your blog today, or your picture is making me hungry! Certainly yearning for a walk in the woods!

isabella mori said...

lead to? i just like it the way it is. can i just stick around?

Leah J. Utas said...

Well, Reb, it's weird if the photo's making you hungry, but you may as well go with it.

Isabella - Of course you can stick around. Maybe the path led you here.

Catherine J Gardner / Phoenix Rendell said...

Ooh, inspiration for a story :)

SK said...

I love these kinds of shots. For me it is a path back to some special place. Not sure which one, but it probably doesn't matter anyway. I may go there and never come back, who knows? Thanks for showing me the way...:)--Scott

Leah J. Utas said...

Catherine and Phoenix - Glad to be inspiring.

It was my pleasure, Scott.