Monday, October 7, 2019

Falling on the Tables in the Living Room

Hello, Dear Ones! I just wanted to say Mr. Precious and I have been on an RV trip for the last two weeks and that is why I haven't gotten back to you. Then...I came down with a horrible sinus infection that hurt so badly the pain was all the way down in my teeth - thought I was going to die! I called my doctor and was sent a Zpack to Walgreens ( we use Walgreens for our prescriptions and had no idea no matter where you are you can get a script there! ). We cut our trip short and just got home last night. I just wanted you to know since I appreciate you all so much for visiting with me. 

So...on with the Falling...
You've already seen my fireplace in the living room so today I'm going to show you my Fallen tables.
 Here's my coffee table. It's a big round one and lots of fun to decorate. I poked down the orange and cream colored crocheted piece my grandmother made, it's very old. I Falled all over the top of it.
 First of all I had to have a floral arrangement. I love to make them. I am certainly not a professional but I think they turn out pretty good. For some height, I placed the container on a faux book. I love those things.
With Fall comes pun'kins! I bought these probably 10 years ago from the dollar store and they are still as cute as ever.
 Of course being in the living room there are Staffies and these two jumped up here on the coffee table. I couldn't refuse them because they are the perfect Fallen color. What cute little stinkers.
 Now I'm going to show you the vignettes on the two side tables on either side of my sofa. You know how I love my Milk Glass and just had to use at least one piece. I filled it with little bitty pine cones, some berries and leaves. I also used a blue and white piece here with two little baby Staffies. Aren't they sweet and the perfect Fallen color again.
 I really didn't do anything different on this table except exchange a green moss ball with a pun'kin! Done! All three of my Bibles have their own sweet stories. I'll save that for another day.
This may be my most beloved and precious vignette - not a Staffie on my sofa but my little Willow Dawn!

Be a bunch of sweeties,
Shelia ;)

I'll leave you with a little Note Song ~

How Much is That Doggie in the Window?

How much is that doggy in the window
Woof woof
The one with the waggely tail
How much is that doggy in the window
Woof woof
I do hope that doggy's for sale

I must take a trip to California
And leave my poor sweetheart alone
If he has a dog he won't be lonesome
And the doggy will have a good home

How much is that doggy in the window
Woof woof
The one with the waggely tail
How much is that doggy in the window
Woof woof
I do hope that doggy's for sale

I read in the papers there are robbers
woof woof
With flashlights that shine in the dark
My love needs a doggy to protect him
And scare them away with one bark

I don't want a bunny or a kitty
I don't want a parrot that talks
I don't want a bowl of little fishes
He can't take a goldfish for walks

How much is that doggy in the window
Woof woof
The one with the waggely tail
How much is that doggy in the window
Woof woof
I do hope that doggy's for sale

~ sung by Patti Page

15 comments:

  1. Beautiful Fall setup, Shelia. Your living room looks warming, cozy and pleasant.

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  2. Hope you're feeling much better now. Your home is beautiful!

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  3. Pretty pretty pretty! Love how those little doggies just run and jump up all over, ha ha LOL! Love how you did the crochet on the table, I have one very similar and I have the exact same table (well, looks identical anyway), I might do ours like that, but maybe not, I use it for alot of books and candles, etc. Hows the Fall weather there?

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  4. You do have a knack for making nice bouquets of flowers. :) I love all the cute things you have used in your decorating. Even Sweet Willow. Blessings, xoxo, Susie
    p.s. hope you are feeling much better.

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  5. I'm sorry you were sick. I had a similar infection. It was horrible with this heat! I love your sweet pumpkins.

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  6. So sorry to hear you've not been feeling well. Hope you are back to normal real soon.
    Love the fall decorating in this post. I'm curious about the box you have on the table. Looks a lot like mine which my husband bought for me while in Europe. Is yours from Italy?
    Also thanks for adding a picture of your sweet Willow. Always nice to see her in your post.
    Take care
    Jeannette

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    1. Hi Jeannette! Yes, that box is from Italy and it's a music box. Aw, thank you. I don't show enough of my little Willow.
      Hope you're having a nice week.
      Be a sweetie,
      Shelia ;)

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    2. Mine is as well. My two grand daughters love it too :-) when they come visit.

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  7. Hola Sheila, Deseo de corazón te encuentres muy bien ya de Salud, los cambios de clima afectan mucho aveces...Le decoración me gusta mucho, sabes que tú buen gusto me fascina y además me encanta el otoño..Te cuento aunque acá no tengamos esa estación, en mi casa hice un rinconcito para el otoño...Mis hijas me decían...mami pero acá no hay otoño...pero yo les decía no importa pero me encantan esas hojitas y las calabazas y pensar que estoy debajo de un árbol y sentir ese aire maravilloso....

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    1. Hi Shirley! Glad to know you've set up a little fall in your home. Excuse my commenting below as I started at the bottom of my comments to reply and didn't realize you commented twice. I'm getting old! :)

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    2. Sheila usted me inspira mucho con sus decoraciones...así que como me gustan tanto las hojas secas de otoño y ver esas estaciones de ustedes tan hermosas lo hice yo... Sheila te cuento yo no viajo mucho...en realidad solo he ido a Panamá en avión a pasar unos días...Trabajo de lunes a viernes en una Universidad como asistente administrativa y ahora hemos podido cumplir mi sueño de tener un jardín...en el pueblo donde crecí...entonces mi esposo y yo nos hemos enfocado en eso...a veces me dicen que debo viajar más por cultura, pero creo que también hay que luchar por los sueños de uno y ese era el mío...Me encantan las flores, tener paz, tranquilidad para una vejez con calidad de vida....Abrazos

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  8. Ah bella Willow..es tan hermosa...

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    1. Thank you, Shirley! Hope all is well with you.

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  9. Everything looks so pretty and festive but with all of this falling, surely you must be covered in bruises by now! Teehee!

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I'm so pleased you would come to see me and so please leave me a comment and I'll do my very best to respond back to you. Be a sweetie...Shelia :)