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Sunday, September 26, 2010

Hope you all had a great weekend - I wanted to share a few pictures I took this weekend.  DH and I worked in the yard Friday and Saturday, then today we went to Oswego for a 25th anniversary party for my son's in-laws...and spent the rest of the time with our youngest son, as he attends college at SUNY Oswego.  It was a lovely day and I took some pictures of the beautiful sunset on the way home.  Enjoy the pictures - I'll be posting more items for sale in the coming days.
Silver Lace Vine blooms on pergola

Our dog Jack posing for a picture near my arbor that has been taken over by the autumn clematis

My herb whiskey barrel with nasturtiums and herbs

U-pick pumpkin sign display - sign available on the left of my blog

Sunset on the way back from Oswego, NY


  1. I love the little green frog in the duckweed.
    We have the 'silver lace' and it is invasive. It spreads everywhere. It grows in all the ditches here, on fences, trees, everywhere. It is beautiful but a heavy growth on other plants. I wish it would have grown on our pergola!
    I'm having a giveaway. Check it out!

  2. Thanks for becoming my 86th follower!! I am looking forward to having my first giveaway to celebrate reaching 100!! Your blog is great...I really enjoyed the great pics.


  3. Wendy congrats on your win! I too love that frog picture.Cold and rainy today here in PA so refreshing to see the pictures.Harvest Blessings!~Amy

  4. Hi Wendy, great pictures (love the frog and the picture of Jack), thanks for sharing! Hope you had a lovely time at the anniversary party and visiting with your son. I've corrected the info on the link to your ornie swap at my blog, sorry about that! I've now got it phrased that you'd like at least 25 participants and that the entry deadline is October 5th. Take care, Deb


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