Fall Leaves

Erin Keehn

The leaves are changing, the winds are blowing, the days are getting shorter and the school work is piling up. But I’ve always loved fall. To me, fall doesn’t only represent the return of the school year. What fall really means to me is that change is good – and necessary. The changing of the leaves, the slow creep of winter, always leads to the revitalized spring. It reminds me that everything is not, and will not, always be perfect and sometimes all you can really do is wait it out. Wait for the change to happen, wait for the pause of everything, and wait for the end results.

Funnily enough, I also relate this idea to BEYOND LIMITS. BEYOND LIMITS wants to change the way the world thinks by removing the word “can’t” from our minds. And this is definitely a change I can get behind.

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