Wednesday, 9 September 2015

Wordless Wednesday



It is coming!

Amy

36 comments:

  1. Is this at Basildon? They had a great display when I was there one year. x

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  2. It is indeed! Beautiful pumpkins. xx

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  3. I'm not very big on Halloween. I like to see the pumpkins around (and to use them for soups, etc), but I don't decorate my home and I find the trick or treating a bit threatening. I'm always glad when it is over.

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  4. I don't want it to, but you are so right...

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  5. Not long until it is time for the knitted pumpkins to be brought out!

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  6. Our Thanksgiving is only one month away ,which is hard to believe given the high summer temps we've been having.
    Jane x

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  7. Picked up a sweet little witches hat plant pick yesterday!
    I don't want Summer to end!
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  8. Yes it is and how we live to decorate the pumpkins!

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  9. I was only looking at my little crafted pumpkins the other day :-)

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  10. Yes, it is! Hooray! I love to press leaves in fat books every fall. I hope you find some lovely fallen leaves, too. I think you should crochet a pumpkin or two, Amy!

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  11. Indeed, I love pumpkin season . what a perfect post I have just made a pumpkin, chorizo stew today.

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  12. Unlike other commentators on your post, Amy, I don't go big on this time of the year ... spring is my season, with its acid-green leaves, snowdrops, daffodils, bluebells and, in the garden, tulips, lighter mornings and evenings, the dawn chorus ... I think of autumn as the dying of the year and I find it slightly depressing, shorter days, nights which seem endless, and dull days when they are here. Not keen on Hallow'een either, because our traditional festival has been taken over by the silly Trick or Treat nonsense (imported from America along with McDonald's, baseball hats - often worn back-to-front ("intelligence reducers" they were once dubbed - and using only a fork at mealtime as a child might do when its learning to eat), and it now overshadows our traditional festival, that of Guy Fawkes' night, aka Bonfire night. And so I have decided that I will start a little treats drawer of my own: I have bought some Thorntons chocolates to put in it today, and soon I will add a couple of paperbacks, DVDs, magazines which I will NOT read/watch until it's a miserable autumn day when, as in the case of Jane Eyre, there is "no prospect of walking" .. I hope I don't sound too miserable, but I really am only happy once the shortest day (21st Dec) has passed and once more we begin to move towards spring! Yay!
    Margaret P

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  13. Love the photo! Autumn was my favorite time of year, seeing the leaves change into their golden splendor and my children heading back to school. But all has changed through the years and now living in southern California, it's the same season all year round. I used to love the smell of the fall leaves on the ground and walking through them. I will make my own fall with decorating and remembering the past. I wish you a wonderful day.

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  14. No, it can't possibly be Amy, I haven't finished with summer yet! I'm still desperately trying to wear shorts whenever the temperature nudges 15 and have refused to put the heating on when it has been chilly, preferring to snuggle under a throw.
    Caz xx

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  15. Love the changing of the seasons....and these are perfect!

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  16. And it makes me so HAPPY!!!! ;) xoxo

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  17. Yep, autumn is in the air, and the light is nice and warm....
    Love, Mirjam.

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  18. Autumn is definitely in the air.
    Autumn bears great fruit and vegetables ...

    All the best Jan

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  19. i'm quite ready for autumn....quite, quite ready.

    it would be my Absolute Best Favourite....if only winter didn't follow along behind it.......;) xo

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  20. No words needed. I love the white and orange together. I don't usually do anything but white and naturals, but I'll be searching for a little orange too this year, just for a pop of color.

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  21. Given the fog yesterday, I think Autumn is coming.... and soon!

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  22. Gosh Amy. Gorgeous photo! I honestly can't wait for Autumn, I've already bought a pumpkin :)
    I hope your week is going well!!
    Tammy x

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  23. Can't wait Amy! I love getting the house ready for Autumn and also the pumpkin festival held in Spalding. Our fields will soon be orange through the millions of pumpkins growing there. Enjoy the rest of your week my friend xx

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  24. Autumn, Halloween or just lots of lovely pumpkins? Will there be pumpkin soup, scones, pie or even fruit cake? Take care.

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  25. And it makes me very happy that it is coming!

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  26. That means spring is on her way at my place!!!

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  27. Yes it is! Went out and bought a pumpkin today, and it's Spring round here...x

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  28. It felt like November in the fog the other morning! It's a lovely picture but I'm still not ready ha! X

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