Thank you for stopping by today.

 I haven't been able to stop by many of your wonderful blogs and comment because my 95 year old dad fell two weeks ago. He is barely able to walk a short distance, with assistance, now. We're hoping physical therapy will be able return him to where he was, if not better.

 I had this post in draft and decided to publish it to explain my absence. I spend much of my time at the rehab facility. My Ipad isn't the best at letting me comment on your blogs. These days, I have become a Lookie Lou!

 So many of you have emailed; I appreciate your thoughtfulness and prayers for his recovery! You're very special to me!

 I

am sharing some Autumn vignettes around our home.
The family tree has become one of my favorite Autumn decorating items. The branches have tiny LED lights on a timer; I love this feature! I can walk into the kitchen and the lights are on at night; they provide such a warming glow.


I painted this pumpkin sign on a cabinet door this week. Sorry for the glare; I had to use the flash.


I shared a cork pumpkin tutorial here. Lately,  I have been a cork pumpkin making fool, for my friends.
The dining room received some golden accents this year. The pheasants were in the family room last year. I did purchase the golden burlap picks form Hobby Lobby. 
The family room mantel has a few additions- pheasant feathers and fabric pumpkins that were in the dining room last year. 

I found this tray at Target (on sale); the mango wood adds such a rustic touch.



The screened porch is my favorite room to decorate. A more detailed, Autumn, decorating post about it can be seen here.


The Autumn home office can be found in the highlighted link.

 I made a deal with myself that I would not buy lots of new decorations, but try to change what I already had. I walked into my storage closet and  felt overwhelmed! I pulled all of my Autumn decorations out and what didn't go out went to a
church thrift store.

I appreciate your time in walking with me around me our home today!
Sending Autumn Blessings your way!
 
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