Sunshine into the Lives of Others: The Inspiring Life Story of Beth L. Tielke

"Those who bring sunshine into the lives of others cannot keep it from themselves." – James Matthew Barrie


“Every leaf speaks bliss to me, fluttering from the autumn tree.” ~ Emily Bronte

Ages 41 – 60.

On this page we will find out what Beth Tielke memories are from ages 41 – 60 and specifically, we will uncover some of her favorite autumn memories!

Check out the third interview, entitled “Autumn”, in this life story interview series:

“I cannot endure to waste anything as precious as autumnal sunshine by staying in the house.

So I spend almost all the daylight hours in the open air.” ~ Nathaniel Hawthorne

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The Curator’s Viewpoint on the (Actual) Season of Autumn, Revised from

On the “Summer” page I talked about the end of summer days and here I will touch on the start of fall. Ok, so in the fall the days will keep getting shorter than the nights. Ok, so we may have to bundle in more layers than we like.

But hey, in the fall we can still roast marshmallows to make S’mores around the campfire. We can still go on hikes and take off on bikes to explore this world we live in. We can still enjoy the weather, despite the drops in temperature. We can still grill yummy foods to our hearts’ content. We can still drink infused water, fruity concoctions and other homemade libations.

Now we can indulge in the occasional Salted Caramel White Mochas, Pumpkin Spice Lattes and Hot Apple Cider! We can select fresh fruits and veggies that are now in season again! And we can go to pumpkin patches and cider mills!

This fall, whether you crank up the heat and read a book that nourishes your soul, or curl up in a blanket in front of the fireplace and connect with those whom you love, or head outdoors for a vigorous nature hike in the crisp fall air, don’t forget to take time to enjoy the season—and enjoy this season of your life.

“Autumn days come quickly, like the running of a hound on the moor.” ~ Irish proverb


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