It’s a little more difficult to feel Fall in this part of Arizona. I’m not sure you can really call it a season here as it really is more like a day… a nice fall day….and then it’s on to Thanksgiving and Christmas. The temperatures are still hovering in the 90’s here so I planted some mums in my grandma’s terracotta pot to help encourage the fall spirit. We aren’t really sure where my Grandma Maxine got this funny little guy; she just showed up with him one day way back when. When I moved back to Arizona, my mom passed it on to me so it could return back to it’s Arizona roots. He makes me smile. Even though the heat tries to fool me, I know fall is just around the corner because the mornings have a slight chill, the sunlight is softer… and I’ve noticed an increase of vehicles driving 10 miles below the speed limit. Yes indeed, come October, thousands of retirees seeking warmth and vitamin D flock to their winter homes here in Arizona…and why the heck not. What a fabulous life to live where you can enjoy the best two locations have to offer.