A Fall Transformation

Today I felt a little fall in the air, just a little. The weather was cooler, relatively, we attended a Navy football game, winning game I should say, and the tops of the trees in the neighborhood are turning red and orange. I love fall. I feel like I can exhale as I look forward to the next month or two. Apple picking, Halloween, crunchy leaves, pumpkins, mums..so much color and beauty. Is it the ending of something or the beginnings of something? I don’t know but both options signal change and transformation. Everyone needs a transformation every now and again, so embrace it. Enjoy some early fall in my home!

Some fall in the sitting room
Gorgeous fall quilt from feedback material.
Pumpkins lead you up the staircase
Happy fall owls and pillows.
Excited for a Navy win!

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11 thoughts on “A Fall Transformation

  1. I love the pumpkin on the steps idea. Looks beautiful. Then I remember my dog– and he would probably this that is his go ahead to play with them. 🙂

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  2. I love fall! I love the pumpkins on the stairs and the fall quilt. Your picture with owls reminds me I want to find one for fall decorations in remembrance of my mom–she used to collect them. Visiting from Senior Salon.

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