woo hoo! :) Still around, I see.I said around...not round. hee.
Oh I'm still round too.....mopped my kitchen floor on my hands and knees tonight hoping to encourage things along. haha
haha...oh geesh! Taylor was a week late and we did all kinds of things to try and make that baby come out! Nothing worked, btw. :)
Beautiful light. And I love the lamp on your hall table.
Thank you. A huge old brown bottle turned into a lamp...found it at the auctions. Thought it looked very autumnal. :)
Your view is awesome Betsy, just love it! I'll have to post a photo of my view some day, it is not a pleasant sight!
Now you have me curious...you'll have to join in if we do a linky post. ha.
Happ Weekend to you to Betsy!
You, too! Enjoy!
Betsy you know I love fall: Look perfect!
A lovely start to the weekend! :)
I always think if some day I go to States I will go in autumn or Winter because are my favorites seasons!! xo
Yes, and you could escape the heat of summer down there!
I love fall!
Me, too! :)
A perfect view ~ and kitty likes it too. I'm loving the color changes here too. My birds were real unhappy with me, as the feeders were empty when we got home. Today I filled them all!!! Have a great weekend.
Oh good...wouldn't want the birds to retaliate! lol....
Beautiful view! And the sleeping kitty makes it look so peaceful. This would be a fun Mr. Linky post. Have everyone post the view from their front door : ) Have a fun weekend ♥
Love that! Maybe next week! :)
Great view indeedAlways a kitty at your feedThere on displayWay to be at your bay
Everywhere you look!There's one in every nook!ha.
It's a beautiful day here too! :) Love it!
The ultimate fall day! Supposed to be nice all weekend!
Such a peaceful view, Betsy. Lovely. Oh, to be a cat snoozing in the sun! It is Thanksgiving here this weekend... all the best of autumn to you and yours. Gobble, gobble, gobble!
have a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend! Hope you relax and enjoy and count your blessings! Don't eat too much turkey!
woohoo....we drove to the my father in laws tonight...tired of being on the road...and def looking forward to getting out into fall down here this weekend...think we will head up the mountain by the dam...should make for a beautiful view...
Sounds wonderful...and it sounds like you have monday off! My boys do, too!
Have a good weekend. You'll be missed. Very much.
You think? Oh, I seriously doubt that, but thank you!
Betsy I was thinking I will miss you LOL really I love when I go to bed at night and I see your blog in my pone (normally the computer is busy for other)have a nice weekend!
Well, thanks. :) I'll be back Sunday night with a post. Is it lovely there? Beautiful here. What's blooming?
still blooming quinces and some pears, I will try to post some pictures for you in the Wall:)
How nice. I still need to try and find quinces to eat! :)
Try to find quince paste there are many recipes!
The fall weather has been just perfect for leaving doors open.This time of year there are no bigs to get into the house.... just mice. (:-0)
I totally agree. I have the doors open whenever possible. The mice try, but don't get too far at this zoo. ha.
Lovely view of the start of the fall - I wish I you could hear my daughter singing Autumn Leaves - I'd be happy to send a CD. She sang on local radio for years about 10 years ago. If you feel comfortable emailing your address I'd be happy to send you a copy. She sings Schubert's Ave Maria which we played at Maria's funeral AND at her dear Father In Law's funeral last week. Your mention of the weekend reminds me that on Friday afternoons we used to say:"It's poets' day - Push Off Early Tomorrow's Saturday". I believe you say TGIF, "Thank God It's Friday" But coming back to the weather I really am a sunshine boy and am longing already for next summer.Something special at my place for you to see when you are ready - I'll make sure the coffee is handy for you. Hugs ~ Eddie
lol....yes, sunshine boy, I trust you to mail me a CD and I'd love it! I've listened to your daughter on your sidebar a few years ago and she has a lovely voice! So sorry about her father-in-law, too. I've never heard that expression "It's Poet's Day" haha...thanks for teaching me something new. If I say that around here, I'm sure to get some strange looks. :)Even through the winter, we have plenty of bright sunny days that are magnifying on the snow-covered ground. I hope your winter is like that and not dark and dreary. You must have Seasonal Defective Disorder. I'll let you look that up! ha. The Mister has it....needs his sunshine! Take Vitamin D3!ok...traveling over to your place now...you have me curious!
Thanks for your beautiful comment and I am glad I could share that with my bloggy friends. I'm writing more prose in that format which is new to me but it seems to flow well when the inspiration is there.Like the idea of Vitamin D3 - that should prevent me getting rickets ROFLI'll email you for the address . . . . . . cheers E
You certainly have a talent there...you should keep writing!rickets? Isn't that Vitamin C? lol...
Nope! Vitamin D3 I think. See http://www.medicinenet.com/vitamin_d_deficiency/page2.htmVitamin C has lots of other goodies.
I see. Well, let's take both and then we know we're covered. :)
Hi Betsy, looks like a very cosy home! And on Monday I'll hoprefully be in Italy. Only need to coss the Alpes first and it's snowing there since Friday.Wish you a nice autumnal SundayChristel
I really need to travel with you! Hold on...let me hop on a jet! Wait for me! :)
Love the view out of your front door. And you best save me a fried green tomato. :)For a recipe of FGT's...I dip mine in buttermilk, then cornmeal mixed with a little flour, and S&P them. If my sister makes them for me she will mix an egg into the buttermilk first. That would make me gag so I don't do it. Another way to enjoy them is to cut up a few green tomatoes, a few pods of okra, potato, squash/zucchini, and banana pepper. Same with the cornmeal/flour/s&p and fry altogether. I do this when I have a bit of this and that. Yummy.Have a wonderful sunday. JaG
Just finished dinner and dishes here. The FGT were yummy! I'll post about them soon. I thought the recipe made too many for us but our Alex loved them...anything fried, of course. Didn't have a single one left. ha.Love your veggie stir-fry idea!
Looks like a perfect place to nap... and already taken. ;) Hope you enjoy a wonderful weekend! blessings ~ tanna
Beautiful photo!Greetings, RW & SK
What a wonderful, cozy shot! I love the napping kitty on the doormat. I hope you are having a good weekend.
Gorgeous day. Have a great Sunday!
That is a beautiful shot!Cheers!Linda :o)
I'm serving coffee! Stay and chat!And no awards, please! Your comments are my awards!