I just pulled out pumpkins from the past - and I'm about to show pictures - to Sarah and to Kate and Laura Beth if they want to see.
Sarah and Kate live about 8 hours driving time away. They've expressed that seasonal homesickness.
I feel it too. I want to go home. To Evergreen. I want to have coffee with Mother and her sisters and my cousins and Mary Ann and Ella (my grandmother) - and laugh with all of them and talk about everything.
Well - there aren't that many left in Evergreen - but still, I want to go home.
I talked with a friend who used to live in Scottsboro - told her I missed her - and she said she always thinks of Scottsboro this time of year. We had a lot of fun when she lived here, along with 2 other gals who've moved away, also.
This time of year stirs up nostalgia - doesn't it? Therefore,
Here's a taste of home for my girls.
on the mantel
My "funkin" which I can't decide whether to paint or not.
(I mean, I want to definitely, but just not sure how I want to do it.
There are so many ideas on Pinterest and in magazines)
Faux Mercury Glass
which I did a couple of weeks ago.
The kitchen pumpkins
or, pumpkins which are in the kitchen
Blue and Orange
when there are reblooms on the hydrangea bush,
well, we get some blue and orange for football season.
Notice, Sarah and Kate, the two updates
on the photo wall!
from Farmers' Market
These birds were on the clearance table at SteinMart.
the best pumpkin of all
(or a little sweet potato)
It's early in the season, yet.
I'm sure I'll get more pumpkins (real ones) and