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Saturday, September 20, 2014

Heavens To Betsy

What a funny saying.
Heavens to Betsy
It doesn't have anything to do with anything.
Just like these onions.
The last of my onions from the garden.
 A little Blooming Kale.
 Not sure what this is.
 I just love these Hydrangeas.
RED 
 Sweet Pink Hydrangeas.
 Creeping.
 A cluster.
 Clean up of trees downed in summer storms.
 Under the Mulberry Tree.
 Drooping.
 karen




Thursday, September 18, 2014

A Trip To Yarnick's Farm Market

Every Fall, Mother and I make a trip to Yarnick's Farm Market.
 We love the giant chicken.
We picked out some beautiful apples and a few other goodies as well.
 Like a raspberry pie that was absolutely awesome.
I love the herb and lettuce greenhouse room.

We are always delighted to see the goats that graze along the edge of the road on our way there.
 
It's a fun little tradition that Mother and I have, to visit certain special places together each Fall.
It makes me happy to see Mother smiling.

Happy Fall

karen

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Finding Beauty

Yesterdays walk was so therapeutic.


Jack and I ventured out again this evening.


 Looking for bits of blooms left behind by Summer.


There's beauty everywhere if you take the time to look for it.

karen

Monday, September 15, 2014

In Need Of Some Nature

Well, after a completely awful day in Pittsburgh, dealing with Mother's medical issues and insurance mix ups, I was so ready for a walk with the dog. Along the way we picked up a few interesting things to share with you.
 Walking in nature always helps to put things back into perspective after a bad day.
 Calming.
It's so good to be back home and out of the city.
Hope your day was a good one.
karen

Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Sunday, September 7, 2014

Shabby Yellow

I know Shabby Chic usually brings thoughts of white, pink, and blue, but what about yellow.
 Just a few pretty flea market finds that I couldn't pass up.
 And the roses were a steal at just $1.99.
 Hope your weekend was bright and cheerful too.
Thanks for visiting.

karen ann