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October 12, 2011


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Your garden is looking very pretty this fall Kathleen And your smore ingredients was a new twist for me. :) Sounds delicious!

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I am in season denial. I should be thinking of bringing my houseplants in from the porch....but, no, not yet.
Your book club sounds like fun. I have a food web site my daughter hooked me up with. you can search by ingredient or desserts or partial title. Super sight!


Your 'smores sound wonderful and so does the book club. It seems like fall is late appearing here too. Most all trees are still green. Is it just us or is it later than normal? Love the birdhouse/rose photo!


So many great shots Kathleen! Gorgeous light, colors, and details in the image of the lantana petals.


love it................................soooooooooooooooo much


Kathleen: I'm jealous that your autumn is delayed a bit. Ours is in full force now and we're definitely past peak. But things are looking festive for the upcoming Halloween activities. I love your Colocasia and Lantana photos!


Beautiful garden photos! The fuzzy bumblebee is amazing! We are expecting frost this week. I'm trying to get my cactus and houseplants inside for the winter. Will finish up tomorrow.



It is time to get out and enjoy the garden isn't it? A friend of ours had a wonderful harvest garden party this week, it was lovely.
I've overwintered our elephant ear bulbs in the crawlspace for years, but this year most of them gave up. Time to purchase new ones I guess.


Beautiful photo's and blog!
Lovely containers too!
What Zone do you garden in?
Really like your birdhouses. :)

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