Fall foliage on tree lined street in North American suburban neighborhood in autumn

By Anita Finley

When we hear those words, many of us think of Frank  Sinatra singing that song and memories pour like liquid in a wine glass, some sad, some glad, and may even bring a tear or two!

Living in Florida, we don’t get that brilliant display of colors as August starts the leaves turning from green to September and October’s awe-inspiring, nature’s painting on the earth’s canvas.

Travelers drive from near and far to “see the turning of the leaves” so for those of you who are staying at home this year, here’s a memory of those autumn leaves.