Monday, October 17, 2016

Our colder nights have helped bring the vibrant autumn color to the trees and I'm so thankful for the beauty we behold. Enjoy!

Our burning bushes just didn't turn this year-I think because they are still so small.  These are in our neighborhood and I get to walk by them daily when I do my 3 mile loop.  Love them!

Such a stark contrast against the blue sky with puffy white clouds
This year has been the best for colors since we've lived here-coming up on 9 years.  I'm going walking in a few minutes and then plan to spend the day sewing. I did my best to get to the machine this weekend, but we had several activities that hindered it; yesterday we had our snow bird friends over to catch up before they drive their rig out to Borrego Springs for the winter.  We had such a good time catching up and they'll be back over the holidays, so we aren't bidding them adieu yet.
I hope you had a great weekend and that your week starts out well.
Joy to you!


  1. I'm ready for our fall color to begin, but it will be next month before our oaks start to turn. Our sumac is red and pretty. Our crazy weather is hot and humid and feels more like August or September!

  2. We love the color of burning bushes! Everything is so pretty right now!

    Your Pals,

    Murphy & Stanley

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  3. OH, those burning bushes are incredible. We have one or two here but they don't get enough sun to really "burn". Bring back those fall temps - we hit upper 80s here today.

    Woos - Lightning and Misty


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