Sunday, September 12, 2010

A QUIET SUNDAY

A day for a bit of decorating.... dead heading....
dusting....
crows have flown in....

amber glow in the window....
one of thousands and thousands of leaves to drop....
squirrels....


have taken up residence....
pumpkin moonshine....

a peak of color....
it is starting to look like Fall here at Dog Trot Farm....

just as Hooty....

19 comments:

Kathy in KY said...

Oh, Julie, you are so talented. Gosh, I don't even decorate for Christmas! I am not gifted in the decorating business. But one thing I do hope is that as I get better at some crafting that I will have some wallhangings, etc, to put around the cabin. Thanks for sharing your talent with all of us. It will be a while before we get much tree color here below the Mason-Dixon line. It's still Indian Summer here. Take care, from central KY.

Farm Girl said...

It all looks beautiful and so nice.

henbogle said...

Nice pumpkins! Did you grow those? Very impressive if yes!

Dog Trot Farm said...

Ali, not much else grew here at Dog Trot Farm, but I guarded those Cinderella pumpkins with my life! Thank you ladies for the kind comments.

Rural Revival said...

Makes we want to come for a visit! A beautiful celebration of fall and perhaps a twist of the arm to get my fall decorating in gear. : )

~Andrea~

Jen said...

I love Fall!! Love all the pics!!!

Eve said...

Why yes it is!! Doesn't that feel good!! I believe I see a guinea feather!!

Verde Farm said...

Ok, you've got me in the mood now. I must move forth and decorate!!
Thanks for that :)
Amy

Pondside said...

I enjoyed that little fall House Tour!

Rowan said...

What a beautiful autumnal post, I love the crows and those salt glazed jars. Your pumpkins are great too, such a lovely vibrant colour.

Gail said...

I love the crows! All the new fall decorations look great.

Kim said...

I just love your crows and squirrels. And the pumpkins look almost to perfect to be real. It was a good weekend to cozy up in the house. The heatwave is over!

Holly Hills Primitives said...

It all looks so grand! Fall is just the best of the best to decorate for. Thanks for sharing, Dawn

Missouri Gal Nicole said...

I love fall and seeing your photos makes me so excited! It's still warm here but I know fall is on its way! YIPPEE!!!

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Noooooooo.....according to my calendar, I still have 7 full days of summer left before I have to start lamenting the onset of fall, the rain, the mud, the gloomy, dreary Oregon skies for weeks on end...
How different my world is from yours right now. :-)

Anonymous said...

I have also finished my fall decorating and soon will be unpacking Halloween boxes, It'll be fun to see what I have stached away in them.

rockriverstitches said...

Love your Cinderella pumpkins! Those are so cool! I need to get my fall decorations out too!

Tammy

Rural Rambler said...

Good Morning Julie! So that little owlie has a name. Hooty. Sweet.

I love to see Dog Trot Farm in the Fall. Almost as much as I love seeing your table set for the holidays. No I don't want to rush time along.

masterofboots said...

you have a lovely and cosy home!