I see love and matchmaking everywhere and am always looking to nature for lessons to share about the real nature of relationships.
The leaves are in their full Fall glory and are both filling the trees but also blanketing the ground. I got to thinking about how the falling of the leaves is similar to how we must shed past relationships in order to find new ones. Just like with past loves, the leaves are beautiful, but their time has passed. They don't catch water like they used to and have lost much of their ability to convert sunlight into energy. By dropping these leaves, the trees make room for better, stronger leaves to take their place. What can you do to "drop a few leaves" as you look for your next romance?