Friday, September 30, 2011


Autumn ... Maybe Tomorrow!
The forecast is for cooler weather. Starting tomorrow and for the next week the temperatures are supposed to be in the mid 70's. 
I have been doing a little digging in those boxes and came up with an old wreath. A little tweaking here and there, add a little this and that and you have a new/old free fall wreath.

Babs, I keep finding roosters I never knew I had. He's been hiding upstairs for a year or so. Funny, I never heard any crowing.
 I have been seeing a lot of crows and blackbirds around blog land lately. A large one had landed on the screened porch, out back. I grabbed him by the neck and brought him, squawking, to the front. If he expects to eat he will have to work for his food. He is now the official greeter! 
You hit a dog with one of my biscuits, you kill the dog!
WELL, I once threw some biscuits, out back, to feed the birds. Bob came in the room rolling with laughter. Upon going to the window, I see the crows dunking my biscuits in the birdbath (true story) . What an insult!!! This crow is gonna work for his biscuits, soggy or not.
 The only thing I purchased for the porch was three potted mums from Sam's Club. I placed one in the cute pot above. 
With those googlie eyes, I am not sure if Mr. Crow is watching over this mum, in the vintage cold bucket or  flirting with me.  Probably wants a biscuit. 
I am using some faux pumpkins. It's too hot to put out real ones here, just yet.

Bye, for now!
I will be back with more "Fall" soon. 
Tomorrow I will be working at the Botanical Garden's Fall plant sale. It is going to be a beautiful day.
Hope you enjoy your weekend!

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Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

You crack me up! My first try at making buscuits was a disaster and they were hard as rocks, too. I threw one on the floor and it broke like a glass. Love your front porch decor. The rooster is a nice touch and love the crow made out of garden tools.

Chatty Crone said...

I love and adore your front porch. You could be in pictures! sandie

Shelia said...

Oh, you funny gal, you! I love this post! Your front door is so pretty and I love your wreath with the Rooster! Now you do have to watch those crows. Especially one as big as yours! :) Yep, he's flirting with you! :)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Katie @ OhhBaby said...

It looks great! I always love your blog :)

Susan said...

Your front porch looks awesome! And that rooster is out of this world!!

Artsy VaVa said...

I love your porch! I especially love the rooster.
We're waiting for Fall to arrive here too! It's not going to be today apparently!

ℳartina @ Northern Nesting said...

Ginger your front porch looks beautiful and your door and sidelights are GORGEOUS!! Have a great weekend, Martina

Mariette said...

Dearest Ginger,

You are quite a go-getter! What a lovely front porch decorations you made. LOVE that crow! Where did you adopt him from? Would love to know.
Enjoy your weekend and the cooler weather coming up.
Love to you,


cherry said...

looking pretty love the rooster. I am sitting on the back porch waiting on that cooler air that Pat the weather man says is on it's way..
I plan on stopping by tomorrow.
hugs, Cherry

Babs said...

Ginger, You are soooo funny. Love your little rooster on the wreath. He's so cute, and well behaved too for you not to have heard him crow for so long. I got such a giggle about your biscuits. Mine are the same way. Hard as rocks! I use frozen ones.
Your porch is so cute. I really need to do a Fall post, but honestly, I've been out all day looking for Fall things and all I brought home was two soup bowls.
Have a good weekend.

NanaDiana said...

Gotta love a crow with good taste! lol How funny! Your porch looks great. I haven't done my own yet. I love that funky rooser and your Mums are gorgeous! xo Diana

~Sues Treasures on the Porch~ said...

You are to funny girl!! Your porch looks great I love the crow he is to cute!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Wow, that looks great, I love mr. crow! We're suppose to be in 80's tomorrow here in Orlando..about time, I can't wait!


Barbara F. said...

What a beautiful and welcoming front porch you have! I love the crow. I must admit, one of my birds loves to dunk her food in her water cup all the time! xo

Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbing said... very cute and charming Miss Ginger. I spie a roo too. You are getting there with your Fall welcome for sure. It was cold here tonight I tell ya. I went to the HS football game and froze my big tush off!

Tracy Suzanne said...

EEEKKK! I'm just lovin' your porch Ginger. The rooster in your wreath is so perfect. I'm still laughing about your biscuits and Mr. Crow the official greater.

I'm so excited about the cooler weather. Have fun tomorrow.
Ox's...Tracy :)

P.S. Thanks for entering my giveaway and sharing it with others.

Gloria (The Little Red House with the White Porch) said...

Everything looks beautiful! Lovely Fall things. And your door, and the two side pieces/windows are GORGEOUS!

Suzy said...

Very, very pretty and inviting! Love the bandana you tied around your crow's neck. I can't make a good biscuit either, but boy my grandma (from Madison, GA) sure could! I so wish I had taken the time to learn from her. Oh, the things you take for granted...

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Love your front porch! I've got that Fall feeling now!

Pamma said...

Oh my goodness....really enjoyed reading your very entertaining story and the porch is great!

Mariette said...

Dearest Ginger,

Just to let you know, my website is up and running again after 14 days! The Domain has been restored; the person that closed it had found the info for logging in and recovering it during the grace period... So you can go ahead now and order the silver charm you wanted to get. Love to you,


Dr. Kathy McCoy said...

Ginger, you have such a gift! Your fall decorations are just beautiful!!

Laura Wilkerson said...

lol!!! I love your crow! I've been trying to get my UPS man to make some of those iron animals with his new welder....maybe some day. If you get a chance, stop on by and sign up for my one year blog anniversary give away and if you want to add it to your give away section, please do! I've got a couple cool sponsors and a few things i've thrown in too!
BTW I feel you're pain (animals too) on the whole biscuit making process, luckily my UPS man make the most fabulous scratch biscuits EVERY

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Looks like you're ready for Fall Ginger! Lovin' that cute rooster on the wreath-enjoy:@)

The French Hutch said...

Your are just sooooo funny. That biscuit story is a hoot! Your Mr. Crow is adorable, I think he makes a great watchcrow, I love the roo in the wreath. Your porch looks great.

The French Hutch

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

I have a rooster in my Fall wreath also...but I don't have the cute, pokey crow?? that is cute...I enjoyed seeing your porch!

All That Glitters said...

I'm just lovin your porch! I can't cook at all! Well, a little but it ain't the best!

Happy Fall!
Jennifer said...

Ha!!! Those darned birds! Love your gorgeous flowers. We're heading into summer down here, I'm just finishing getting the garden beds mulched and ready for the hot weather. I need to post about it soon :)

Suzy xxx

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Your biscuit tale made me laugh out loud! So funny!
I wish I was visiting Savannah ( the "Mothership"~ that's what I call it) so I could come and sit on your inviting front porch! I love your garden bird, how creative! All is beautiful and ready for Fall!
Happy Fall to you!

Nancy's Notes said...

I'm still chuckling, oh those birds! Your front porch looks perfect and that wreath is just gorgeous! Very charming entrance to your home, love those mums too! I'm your newest follower, happy I found your blog!


Snap said...

You are too funny! Love the *welcome* crow! Fun and wonderful fall post!

The Tablescaper said...

Your front porch is set for Fall. I love how you tweaked an old wreath for a completely new look. I'm not a rooster fan, but he looks perfect perched on your wreath.

Great to have you be a part of Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

Sonia said...

Love love love your porch! That crow is so fun!! I've never seen one like it..great piece and the yellow mums are such a pretty pop of color with all your fall accessories!! Perfect pretty porch!!
Miss Bloomers

Marilyn said...

This is awesome.. LOVE..Hi there, I found ya via blog hop and had to stop in and say hello, LOVE all your creativity and space here.. Excited to get to share in more blog fun reads and inspiration from ya.. I'm officially following ya.. I'm Marilyn via - hope you can stop in sometime.. TY

Zuni said...

Ginger, your post made me laugh--again, as they often do. I laughed again as I read the biscuit story to my husband--thanks for the laugh! Your front porch is beautiful!

Bohemian said...

Lovely front Porch! As for baking... my G-Kids joke that if the smoke alarms AREN'T going off then they know Grandpa is cooking and not me! *Winks*

Dawn... The Bohemian

Honey at 2805 said...

I love your sense of humor! Your front porch looks festive!

Thanks so much for linking to Potpourri Friday. I appreciate your participation!

Diann said...

Love the porch! Everything looks beautiful. And I am lovin' the chicken in the wreath! Thank you for joining TTF and I am so sorry I am so late in visiting this week!

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

So pretty~ your entry is wonderful and that wreath is fantastic! Thanks for sharing it over at Feathered Nest Friday! :)

Chris said...

Hi Ginger, your porch is absolutely stunning and, so clean!! Thanks for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

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