It’s official, tomorrow is the first day of Autumn. Since I haven’t done a thing in the way of decorating for fall I’ll share with you some of my past fall posts and what I love about the season. It’s hard for me to get in the mood to buy pumpkins and mums when the temperature still feels like summer. Today it is raining, the first in weeks and we sure need it. Hopefully this is the day the season changes here and I can get my little garden tools and get to work in the flowerbeds.
Grapevine wreath and burlap bow for front entrance
I love how the sun casts it’s shadows for a fall afternoon
Sideboard on veranda decorated with fall mums
Lanterns, burlap, lavender, pumpkins and candles for the table
All of my favorite farmer’s markets still have wonderful late summer produce and now adding fall flowers. Great jams and jellies in all flavors for a weekend breakfast on those cool fall mornings, if they ever get here!
“Ugly Tomatoes” are beautiful to me. This girl loves her fresh tomatoes in any size or shape. Still plentiful here at the local farmer's market.
Fresh tomatoes make wonderful salads
Tablescapes using favorite fall~perfect pottery
White pumpkins for the mantle
And of course I can’t wait for fall color, but it will be November before we see this.
And, of course there is “game day”, all Crimson and White!
Wish you all could drop in for a visit. If you do you will find me serving up one of my favorite fall recipes, homemade vegetable beef soup.
Easy-peasy soup recipe, delicious!
main ingredients are okra, cabbage, green tomatoes. This gives the best flavor. Add your favorite veggies