Inspirational Fall Sayings & Photos

There are so many things to be thankful of and to think about this time of the year.  The harvest are plentiful and the fall season is full of holidays to spend with loved ones. These inspirational fall sayings are a great way to share the blessings of fall with loved ones.Welcome October

Motivational Fall Savings and Pictures to Start Your Day off Right.

Fall is my favorite season of the year. Even though the gardens have been put to bed for most of us, the colors of nature is still all around.  I’ve compiled a list of images that I love which I have captioned with some of my favorite inspirational messages.  I hope you enjoy them all.

Friends quote

Friends are angels who lift us to our feet when our wings have trouble remembering how to fly. Source of quote:  Lorraine K. Mitchell

Funny Halloween saying.Only the knife knows what goes on the the heart of a pumpkin. This cute saying puts a different spin on pumpkin carving!

Fall's Bounty MessageMay the bounty of the season fill your heart and home.

Autumn, the year's last, loveliest smile quoteAutumn—the year’s last, loveliest smile. This saying just spoke to me and fits the image perfectly.   Image before captioning shared from Wallpaper Cave  

Autumn quoteAutumn is smiling at us.  The colors of autumn are so cheery and bright.  It does seem as though the season is smiling!

What I love about fallCozy leaves, pumpkins, hot cocoa and cool air.  What I love about Fall. How about you?

Autumn saying

Light breeze, colored leaves…Bare trees – it must be autumn!

I’ve also put together a collection of images of fall foliage combined with garden fences and gates.

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  4 comments for “Inspirational Fall Sayings & Photos

  1. wallpapers
    02/12/2016 at 9:35 pm

    nice pictures. i love it so mutch.

  2. picshouse
    02/16/2016 at 7:48 pm

    thanks for this beautiful article and pictures.

  3. Lorraine
    04/02/2017 at 4:08 am

    Inclusion of acknowledgement of Authorship of literary property

    On Monday morning, October 23, 2000. I received an email from a friend.

    It was those adorable baby pictures by the photographer – Anne Geddes.

    I had needed and had been greatly supported in every way by my friends and my family during that period of my life.

    I was extremely grateful and thankful that morning… so in honor of my love for my special friends who had stood by me, I wrote:

    “I Believe Friends are Quiet Angels who lift us to our Feet when our Wings have Trouble Remembering how to Fly.”

    And signed the quote Lorraine K Mitchell with the date and sent the emails to the three of them.

    Within the the next few days every email I received from any and everyone had my quote attached to it, which shocked me to the utmost.

    One of my friends said that I should be honored that so many found my words so beautiful and encouraging. I wept and grieved.

    (I recognized the strength and value of the words God had given me that morning. And I felt as though I had lost my child to the world. My heart weeps for my quote daily because the world refers to me as unknown. But I am here. I am alive. And I desire for my words to know their mother. I am an artist.)

    But, the very next year was nine-eleven… and my quote took on a new life of its own. It was posted everywhere, even in a half page article in the New York Times accompanying a beautiful picture of a fireman with a nine-eleven victim. The image of an Angel stood just above them. The photographer received credit, but I was listed as anonymous.

    I’ve been told over the years that I have the gift of the written word, although I couldn’t believe it. I shied away from the compliments.

    On the other hand my child, my quote has confirmed the power of my gift over and over for the last 16 years.

    But lately I’ve been troubled.

    My child, my quote is being sold all over the internet in various forms, on small rocks, sliver jewelry, plagues, wall hangings, and on ugly t-shirts.

    I’ve found organizations in and outside of the United States that are also using the quote. Associations, fund raisers, school teachers, bloggers have used the quote for their website titles, and two women have claimed the quote as their own. A song writing team has written a wedding song.

    I’ve found My quote to be listed as the number one used quote on one website and as number 15 on another as the most requested and used.

    And my quote has been used in the introductions and acknowledgements of over 26 books/text written since 2002.

    Although, there is an author that I found that readily admitted the quote was forwarded to him in an email by his friend and he gave praise to the strength of the quote by the anonymous author.

    But, at least he acknowledged what he knew of my quote’s lineage.

    This Friday, I wept uncontrollably seeing it yet again flashed in my face. Now, I am claiming my child, my quote and bringing her home.

    My name is Lorraine K. Mitchell.
    I am African American.
    I am an author.

    I am the author/owner and have the legal copyrights of the quote(s) written on Monday morning, October 23, 2000.

    No versions of this quote(s) may be used without the legal and written consent of this author.

    “Versions 1 and 2”

    “I Believe Friends are Quiet Angels who lift us to our Feet when our Wings have Trouble Remembering how to Fly.”

    “I Believe (sisters, brothers, cousins, parents, grandparents, nurses, teachers, etc.) are Quiet Angels who lift us up when Our Wings have Forgotten how to Fly.”

    Peace be with you all.

    Please post my name as the author of origin.

    Thank you

    Lorraine

    • Carol
      04/02/2017 at 9:39 am

      Hi Lorraine. This quote was shared from another site. (Image Buddy) It might be an idea to contact them to have them recognize you as the author.

      As far as my post goes, I have credited you as the author below the photo (where the source of the original is also credited as Image Buddy.) I did not make this graphic, I simply shared it with credit.)

      I am sorry for your loss. The quote is beautiful.
      Carol

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