Happy birthday to my beautiful daughter, Bonnie. She brings me so much joy. My first snow day of the year! I work at a Montessori school and we are getting our first big snow storm of the year so.... SNOW DAY!! I made my own hummus last weekend. It was delicious. I added a little bit of turmeric along with the chickpeas, lemon, tahini, and garlic. I plan on eating a more plant based diet this year. It's only been a week and I'm already feeling better. I did eat two slices of mushroom pizza last night and ended up having heartburn so it will be a good long time before I eat dairy again. Each month one of our families brings in a bouquet of flowers. We cut most of the stems off and place them on a tray which we place on the children's table. We place another tray with a very small pitcher and a few very small bud vases. The child fills up the pitcher using water from the bathroom sink, brings it back to the table and pours the water in a bud vase of their choosing. Th
My daughter, Hannah's house is just so pretty. It's a large, Victorian era duplex with beautiful light. Some of the windows have been replaced but there are a few old leaded windows that are old and beautiful and the light is so soft that I am always taking pictures. This is an sweet old table that she picked up in her travels. She put some vintage Christmas ornaments in a terra cotta pot and next to that is a lemon tree plant. The whole thing sits under her kitchen windows. So pretty. My husband and I went to her house on Christmas morning. She served us delicious French toast and mimosas. ~ A friend of mine flew over Marblehead on her way home from vacation and had the wherewithal to take a photo. It made me think of Oh Little Town of Bethlehem. This year I was able to purchase a poinsettia through my church in honor of my mother. It was comforting to know that she was represented during the Christmas Eve Mass. I had a chance to rearrange the living room a little bit. I
Always love to see the bittersweet vine -- great collection of Autumn beauty. xoReplyDelete
..."Their final performance"........what a great thought. And oh so beautiful. Loved all your photos. I too like to photograph tombstones. The stories they can tell us.ReplyDelete
Wow, these are wonderful! Such lovely color and texture.ReplyDelete
ah, the woods the trees are a beauty....there is a rustic beauty to that cemetery as well....maybe it is just the soft light....ReplyDelete
Dressed in their seasonal best, the woods glow in autumnal attire! The last image is, for me, intricately playful and perfectly pretty! Thank you for brightening my hazy afternoon.ReplyDelete
I like 3 last photos most : pumpkin, orange and spooky, lovely photos !!!!ReplyDelete
You have captured the beauty of this season perfectly. Great post.ReplyDelete
Amazing shots. Love the red leaves in the first shot. And those pumpkins looks very nice!ReplyDelete
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Wonderful set for the hunt. The trees there "dressed" up nicely.ReplyDelete
Oh bubblegum pink flowers, yep, "eye candy."
Pumpkin - Don't they look spiffy. Love the little speckles on them.
Spooky - Some people think Graveyards are spooky. This one looks really restful.
Orange - Wow! This is my favorite of your set. What kind of berries are those?
Creative captures on all of these. Lovely moods as well!ReplyDelete
I love your spooky photo! Definitely not hanging out there after dark.ReplyDelete
that red maple tree doesn't look real...its electric! stunning images as usual - you have the best eye...ReplyDelete
Beautiful photos! I, too, included a shot of grave stones. :) Love your editing.ReplyDelete
All the photos are nice but I particularly liked the first one!!ReplyDelete
these are gorgeous and that red in that first out is outstanding..beautiful fall colours your way.ReplyDelete
Greetings, RW & SK
Beautiful images, love the pumpkins and the cemetery.ReplyDelete
Great set! I loved your take on Dressed Up. The trees look beautifulReplyDelete