Do you see those frosty white leaves? Awhile back, I was delighted to find those leaves in one of the clear Christmas tubs brought from storage. I was so delighted I dug into the tub right away. Xanti, who knows her G’ma well, asked why in the world was I digging into Christmas in October! I told her I was so happy to find those leaves, I could not wait to add frost to the pumpkins in the foyer.
Most photos in this post are from a year or so ago, with one or two exceptions.
Two photos taken in the foyer of our new home, bright and early this morning. I’m certainly happy I came up with shells and pumpkins. The arrangement is still working very well.
It felt good to hold the camera again.
Definitely time for frost on the pumpkins.
An image from Autumn past, on the old back porch.
I hope to replicate this table soon. J found the turkey in storage over the Summer. Mr Turkey is safely on the top shelf of the pantry, biding his time.
One More Thing
J sets a pretty chicken soup table.
Thank you all for your concern. This past week was a tad different. The symptoms of this non contagious ailment were a bit worrisome. I’m happy to say my physician kept in close contact. The staff of St Luke’s ER is amazing. We already know how wonderful that hospital is. The ER Resident asked a few questions about where I live and our lifestyle, then asked what I do. I said, “I write a lifestyle blog”. Her face lit up! The reaction was fabulous…as good as any medicine. So many times I have to explain just what a lifestyle blog is. Dr L told me she thought that was wonderful and believed it was keeping me up to date. She is definitely going places.
I want to say a quick thank you to our faithful pup, Molly. During the night, when I first became ill, I called out to J from the bathroom. Molly got there before him, ready to do whatever she needed to do. She has stayed close by and not been too bossy. Last night, she hopped up and scooted over to me, giving me a quick kiss on the forehead. Amazing animal! Of course, it is her belief we are her puppies.