Thursday, October 22, 2009

Hooked on Fall Home Tours with Julia

Hello, Dear Ones! I'm playing with Julia and her Hooked On Fall Homes Tour! Pop by and get your bucket filled to the brim with Fallness.

If you visit me often, you've probably seen my Fallness. So please just pretend it's all new to you!

Now let's start at the front door and you'll see my Fallness of wreaths I made last year.

Mustn't forget my mailbox! :)

Welcome to the entry and you can see I have Fallness all over the top of my olden table.

Fallness underneath the table too.

My mantle in the den is bursting with Fallness!

I dearly love my little wire cloche and of course it's filled with Fallness!



Don't you just love Fallness?

Even my little creatures are helping out with the Fallness.


Now we're coming into the kitchen and you can see the candle ring wreath that I've decided to use as a decorative wreath on my pantry door.


Vignette of Fallness...

Hope you've enjoyed seeing some of the Fallness at my house. Now pop on over to Julia's for more!

Be a bunch of sweeties,
Shelia ;)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song~

Country Road

Take to the highway won't you lend me your name
Your way and my way seem to be one and the same

Mamma don't understand it
She wants to know where I've been
I'd have to be some kind of natural born fool
To want to pass that way again
But you know I could feel it
On a country road

Sail on home to Jesus won't you good girls and boys
I'm all in pieces, you can have your own choice
But I can hear a heavenly band full of angels
And they're coming to set me free
I don't know nothing 'bout the why or when
But I can tell that it's bound to be
Because I could feel it, child, yeah
On a country road

I guess my feet know where they want me to go
Walking on a country road

Take to the highway won't you lend me your name
Your way and my way seem to be one and the same, child
Mamma don't understand it
She wants to know where I've been
I'd have to be some kind of natural born fool
To want to pass that way again
But I could feel it
On a country road

Walk on down, walk on down, walk on down
Walk on down, walk on down a country road
country road
Walking on a country road
~sung by Sweet Baby James Taylor