Hi Farmgirl, that looks so lovely, around here most leaves are off the trees and we're getting lots of snow showers, so it's nice to see autumn hanging around a bit longer by you!!! I really enjoy your pics!!
ugh. I hate to say it but I see photos like this and all I think of is all the raking I have to do!
I'm so glad you didnt give up on blogging with your nasty connection and all, your photos give me a little ray of sunshine every day in my otherwise rather miserable job.
That's magical!!! I remember how good it smells in the Midwest during the fall.
Love those firey colours
Wow, I just love when the trees know it's time to dazzle us with all that color. Fall is my most favorite time of the year. The chimney sweep is coming tomorrow and you know that means I will be roasting marshmallows in the house!
WOW...those are beautiful. I always love the orange trees anyway!
Got to your blog via Kitchenmage. Love the pix, just spent some quality time reading here, seriously considering biscotti making for this coming week. Very much like how you customized your banner!
Love your blog! I always pick many leaves to press each year. My daughter even used pressed fall leaves as her table decorations at her wedding. Love the fall. Thank you for the pictures.Alyson (soon to be new mom to little Chinese baby girl)www.alyzabethan.blogspot.com
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