Welcome to my Fall home!
Come on in the cider is warm...
This cupboard is full of my white pumpkins and brown colors.
This lil' box came home with me the other day, from Warmglow.
Recognize this little pumpkin, I won it from Sunnyside, Thanks Amy!!! Go check out her blog she is very crafty and full of great ideas.
As you can tell in keeping with my white theme, I have my favorite white pumpkins, white star, white cutting board, and pitcher. I decided to leave out the mums in my pitcher. I do like that the sign has some color in it. I had to have my crow here too. The pumpkins are sitting on some black candle holders I just tied on the raffia.
my scarecrow, I just love Harvest more than any other kind of decor
I noticed the other day that not one but two of my favorite blogs have decided to permanently close and did their last post. I have a quick thought here. Is this a trend? Do you think people are on technology overload? A lot of them seem to have taken a break over the summer and then decided to leave permenantly. This got me to thinking that this a problem for people. I know I feel overwhelmed with all the posts I need to keep up with and reading but I try the best I can. I think it's unrealistic to read every blog and write comments etc. One person said she hated feeling like she had to take pictures of everything and wanted to just get back into decorating for the enjoyment of it. That's not all I've noticed several friends deleting Facebook accounts saying it was causing problems and taking too much time. I know I can't blog everyday or even set standards for myself. I blog when I have something I want to share and now that I'm working I feel like I can't do it as much as before but it's not something I'm ready to give up. What do you think? Are we becoming a society who is living a life online (more than real life) or is it a passing phase that will go by the wayside. I'll be back soon with a lot more pictures.
Harvest Blessings to you and your family,