Oh yes – Fall is finally here and I am in my glory.
The days are what I call PERFECT for here in the Midwest – typical temps are in the mid 70’s. I doesn’t get much better than that for me.
This past weekend was a busy one.
We left Friday for Michigan to a Primitive/Antique show - Harvest At The Mill . It was hosted by Dawn and Dick Rossell from Holly Hills Primitives blog: http://hollyhillsprimitives.blogspot.com/
We got to meet some friends as well as help another friend get her booth organized. Had so much fun but totally worn out and hurt from too much bending and standing/walking – but the end results were worth it.
We got to see Marie Morgan from: http://primitivesbyoldeladymorgan.blogspot.com/
She always has such cute Pumpkins and Jacks as well as her Primitive dolls.
We found a sweet little pumpkin to go with all the other ones we have purchased from her.
Isn’t that the most innocent face for a pumpkin?
Sweet friend Earlene Landis - http://earlene-primitivepassiondecorating.blogspot.com/
Huge bunches of Bittersweet from Earlene’s booth.
And our friends Teri and Joe Merle from Carriage: http://www.chltin.com/
And Two Teresa Kogut punch needles
And a gorgeous stack of wool from Never Enough Wool.
Sunday and Monday we did a bit of Fall decorating – not much though.
I mostly use Bittersweet , Pumpkins and gourds.
The dining room looks like a pumpkin patch!
I’ll put a couple pictures on but the rest will be in another post later this week.
Happy Fall and thanks for stopping by