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It is finally beginning to look and feel like fall here....

We got our first rain here in months, and thankfully it changed the looks of things a lot, but after two days of it, we could still use more. I am thankful for what we got, tho.

 I love the look of leaves scattered on the ground in the fall. I'm not one that you will see out there raking every time a leaf fall's, lol.

 Tobie and Charlie enjoying the breeze....

If only I could have mums blooming year around!

There are no leaves left on some of the trees...


Fall 2015

Well, I finally get my act together, and the fall weather disappears....we are back in the high 80's, with the usual Ms humidity. I'm wondering if the pumpkins are gonna melt.

 This display greets you as you pull up to the garage.

 We went to the pumpkin farm for the goodies that you see in this display.  You can catch a glimpse of the randomly planted mums here. Hopefully I can show some prettier pics of them a little later.

 A glimpse of the great room mantle, which has already been shown in a previous post.

Farmer and Mrs P made a comeback this year. They are mostly just out posing for pictures. You know how Farmer P likes to show off his farm equipment. This piece actually belonged to his dad, so he is especially proud of it.

Pumpkins are randomly placed thru out the yard.

I had to show this picture of Tobie, our shelter dog that was "suppose" to be a German Shephard, and a guard dog, lol. He has been TERRIFIED of the pumpkins, especially the large one at the cabin. He spent a whole afternoon on the porch barking, with every hair on his back raised, and wouldn't go out into the yard because he had to walk past the big pumpkin, soooo, this is such a large accomplishment for him. Yay Tobie! The small pumpkin didn't get him, so he has finally decided that the large one won't get him either. Such a clown!

My "last-year's" wreath that I pulled from the attic. It actually looks like a totally different wreath on the new door.

Happy Fall!


When your DH doesn't want you driving his tractor......

Yes, he says, I will do it when I get home, just wait......lol.  I don't think so! I have looked at these dead bushes for as long as I can. We go round and round about this yard and the upkeep ALL OF THE TIME!!
 Every girl needs a jeep with a hitch!

 Seriously, who needs a tractor???

Anyhoo, my most faithful helpers can't ride the tractor. Don't they look serious?? Poor things, they never know what we will be doing next, but whatever it is, they are right by my side. 

My jeep makes his tractor look like a girl toy!! Lol

I have things to do, and waiting on him to get his tractor out to play on doesn't fit in my schedule!

My back is killing me, but the dead "bushes" are pulled up, the new mums are planted, pinestraw has been distributed appropriately, and the jeep is back in the garage. It is beginning to look, and feel like fall here.

Achy but happy!!