Today’s Fetching Friday invites you into my around the house world.
It’s amazing how fall shows out around the house.
On a late afternoon stroll with Ollie the Wonder Dog the colors in our yard and around the neighborhood caught my eye, so I grabbed the camera and snapped several pics to share with you all.
Purple in shades of deep and bright.
Autumn gold best describes this deep yellow with variegated tones of green beneath.
We just cut this front flower bed crop down for our annual end-of-summer lawn and garden purge, and as if on cold front cue it’s back in blooming wonder.
New to my ironstone-porcelain-so pretty collection of platters, plates, and pitchers is this October for November surprise.
Exciting times and anticipated cold fronts hit the Boot (Louisiana) late this evening and stays for a nice crisp weekend long visit.
A new Dutch oven is ready to sauté and simmer a pound of Cajun trinity for the first gumbo of the fall season and seasons.
Just now (7:24 p.m. cst) Dave the Builder rushed in the back door telling me, “come quick, the geese are flying over.”
My daddy firmly believed low flying geese meant cold weather was on the way, and he loved to hear them this time of year.
As I stood on the sidewalk this evening listening to their fall flyover, I winked up at Jack.
To commemorate fall, the cold front, and the annual parish fair being in town baked caramel apples will be the featured dessert this evening.
I so hope you have a most fetching Friday enjoying the beauty of the season.