Tuesday, November 22, 2011

GOOD BYE AUTUMN!!

Autumn had departed 
in many areas of the country.
Let's give it one last Hooray!
Now that you have enjoyed the professional photos, I hope you can enjoy some autumn photos from my blog.

























My youngest daughter, Hollie, carved this several years ago. She did a great job!

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!

JOINING THE FOLLOWING PARTIES.  
PLEASE LINK UP FOR THE FUN!
Fall Into Fall


21 comments:

Nancy @ Nancy's Daily Dish said...

Everything looks so beautiful! I just love the turkey pumpkin!

Let me know when you decide on your gift!

Nancy

Barbara F. said...

Everything looks fantastic, Ginger! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! xo

Linda @ A La Carte said...

That was fun looking at all those photos from your fall posts! It is time to say a fond goodbye to Autumn!
hugs,
Linda

Terrie said...

Fall is happy, fall is beautiful. All your pictures are beautiful. Love all and those of pumpkins are typically lovely.

Dr. Kathy McCoy said...

Your goodbye to autumn is so beautiful and warm, Ginger! Best wishes for a very happy Thanksgiving for your and your family!

Mariette said...

Dearest Ginger,

Thanks for your visit and comment. This is a great post and I love Bob's fruitcake and Hollie's carved pumpkin and of course all other things. I'm too tired to say more; got a cold and we went to Macon for my medical check up and on to Atlanta. Ended up driving in heavy rain, that wears me out...
Love to you,

Mariette

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

So much autumnal splendor! (Autumnal is one of my favorite words of ALL time - my friends are work are always sure to use it when something is.....well......autumnal.)

Happy, Happy Thanksgiving!

Traci said...

Oh no, I can't say farwell yet. It just got here. I really enjoyed all of your photos. I hope your Thanksgiving is filled many things to be thankful for.
Traci

Janae said...

Wow the pumpkin is so neat!!

Tina´s PicStory said...

welcome to tina´s picstory! ♥

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Happy Thanksgiving Ginger-enjoy:@)

Maggie said...

Looks like you're all set for a wonderful Thanksgiving Holiday.
Enjoy!

Jane@Cottage at the Crossroads said...

Ginger,
Thanks for visiting and leaving your sweet comments. I enjoyed your ode to autumn. My favorite photo is that fruitcake that I have yet to make, but I think I'm ok with 4 weeks left to soak it in the brandy! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

The Polka Dot Closet said...

Your fall photos are as gorgeous as the professional. I can't believe your daughter carved that pumpkin! Your house is all falled up and gorgeous! Have a great Thanksgiving!

Carol

Raindrops and Daisies said...

Greetings from Ireland,

I hope that you have a wonderful Thanksgiving
full of happiness and lovely memories.

Enjoy

x Fiona

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
I love all your fall photos !! Your tablescape for this Thanksgiving is so Beautiful!! I know your family is going to love sitting down to your great dinner sweet lady.
Thanks so much for your sweet comments on my Tablescapes.
I hope you and your sweet family have a wonderful Thanksgiving Day.
XXOO Diane

Patsy said...

I enjoy your blog, it is lovely! I am now a follower. I hope you will visit me at:
http://pattycakescooking.blogspot.com

laurie said...

such beautiful Fall photos, I love the unusual pumpkin, is it quilted, it looks peiced, and is that a gum drop cake, beautiful photos,,

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

Love all of your photos! Your house looks so pretty. I want to wish you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving -- God bless and enjoy!
Best,
Gloria

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

In case you missed me calling by recently it is because we have been busy with our olive harvest! What a great selection of autumnal photos.

Debbiedoos said...

Adorbs!I love the one your daughter did. It has been hot here the last few days, finally. We hardly had a summer and now that I am in fall mode the heat decides to hit us! XO Enjoy the season Ginger.

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