Crisp, cool mornings as fall arrives may not mean wondrous autumn leaf colors in this part of Texas, but there are other offerings. My moonflower vines, which flower at night, stay open considerably past dawn. Their saucer size tissue paper blooms are veined with pale yellow…lovely! Skye and Maddie helped me plant the seeds last Spring. One of our favorite books to read together is Jan Karon’s The Trellis and the Seed, a story of patience and faith about a small moonflower seed.