Saturday, November 5, 2011

Hello...

Jeez, it's been over two weeks since I did a post! Nothing going on to give me anything to post about.

Daylight savings time ends tomorrow morning. One extra hour of sleep if I can manage to spend it sleeping! It's been pretty dark in the morning on my way to work...now it will be dark on my way home! I think I would rather have it dark in the morning!


A lot of the trees still have not dropped their leaves and still look beautiful.


I love our burning bushes in the fall



We have three of them! They used to all be in the front but when we redid our landscaping several years ago we transplanted two of them to the back yard corner. They did wonderfully as you can see; they're just a bit smaller than the one in the front.

OK That's all I got for now. Just wanted to check in with you all!

Have a wonderful weekend and enjoy that extra hour tomorrow!!

8 comments:

Donna said...

Well, hello there, stranger! Isn't it amazing that it's November? Like, how did THAT happen? Love our new header, BTW. And HOORAY for the extra hour of sleep!

~from my front porch in the mountains~ said...

I love it dark in the evening!! I always used to feel compelled to work outside after work. So when it turned dark early, I was always happy! 6pm and I was in the house!!! Not working in the yard until 8pm :)
These days it doesn't much matter...
But, I still like it! A perk of Winter to me! Ha!

have a wonderful Sunday, Jeanette!
xo, misha

wenn said...

nice combination of colors!

Donna said...

Yes!! You've been missed Girl!
LOVE the Burning Bush...I Never see them for sale here. I would buy several of them!
Hope all is well with you!!
hughugs

Sally said...

Yay! I missed you, girl!!

LOVE your bushes, so pretty.

Have a blessed day!

((hugs))

Grandma K said...

Thank you for the pictures. I really enjoyed them.

Brenda said...

I love your beautiful Autumn colors!! Have a great week my friend.

judemiller1 said...

I always wanted a Euyonomus--can't spell it--Burning Bush. Where I used to live, my neighbor had one in his back yard--I could see it out my kitchen window, so,,,it was almost like having one of my own, but I didn't have to trim it, LOL