Sunday, October 14, 2012
Last month I participated in the 4th Annual Scarf Swap that Meredith hosted on her blog. I was paired with Heather from The Transplanted Texans. I had so much fun shopping for her scarf and loved it so much that I bought myself one! I was so excited when I received a package in the mail from Heather! I knew my scarf had arrived. I was in for a surprise! I didn't get just one scarf...I got two! I like the striped scarf, but am in loooove with the gray one! I can see lots of wearing of both of these scarves this winter...if it ever gets cold :)
Monday, October 1, 2012
Happy Fall Y'all!
It's October 1st which means it's time for our Happy Fall Y'all Linky Party! In case you missed the announcement a few days ago, a few of my blog friends and I are having a linky party today to share cute, fun, fall ideas! You can link up with recipes, DIY crafts, decorations or whatever your heart desires! The sweet girls hosting with me are:
Elizabeth from Elizabeth Ann's Recipe Box
Meg from Henning Love
and Allison from Cupcake Diaries
We are excited to see what you link up with!
I got busy decorating my front porch this weekend and it is all ready. Now if I can find time to get the inside of my house done :) Here's a look at my front porch.
A funny little story about the corn stalks:
I bought the corn stalks.
I know...you don't find that very amusing do you? Would it be more amusing if I told you my husband is a farmer and grows corn? What person would go and buy corn stalks at a pumpkin patch when her husband grows corn? Well, pretty much everyone around here does and while we think it's a smart idea during harvest, we don't actually go to the farm and get any. Plus, I'm pretty sure I don't want to store them in fear that I may get lots of little critter visitors!
I'm sure I'm not the only one who hates those ugly black plastic containers that mums come in. My solution? Wrap in burlap!
I've used the same fall wreath for several years, but this year I was ready for something new. I had this one made at a local florist and love how it turned out!
Alright, it is your turn!