I try not to use the word "awesome" as much as is popular these days. A friend of mine is always saying, "that was awesome." It was actually just a joke I had told; okay it was a very good joke, but nothing more. I know that our use of language is always changing, so I try to remember not to get too "uptight" about the things I see or hear. "Awesome" is one of the few words left, however which I know, that describes things which can make me feel reverence, fear, inspiration, wonder, astonishment, or admiration. Awesome things can take me aback, or leave me thunderstruck.
Thus I try to leave the word "awesome" for very special occasions. (I don't usually say "thus" either, but saying "awesome" makes me feel biblical.) Also I know that many people feel as I do, in that the "fall" of the year is the best time of year. After all it's harvest time. It's my favorite time. So let me say, "plentiful harvest to all, and to all, have an awesome autumn!"