Thursday, November 26, 2009
Friday, November 20, 2009
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
for those finished signs! I hope that you are enjoying your season of gratitude....
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
You can send the email links to all your friends and sign up for the G.C. For the cookbooks you only have to post a link on your blog to sign up! How easy is that? Definately worth a try.
As for the autumn porch decorating contest thrown by Front porch ideas and more....THANK YOU to all of you who took the time to leave such wonderful comments for me, I love all my awesome blogger friends, your support was touching!!
My farmhouse porch wasn't the winner but Congratulations to Dee of Medford, Massachusetts, her beautiful porch was the winner! She was very deserving, what a cute porch she has! I have to say there were so many beautiful porches entered I just don't know how they made their final decisions, it must have been so hard!
Here's the link if you would like to drool a little over the other contestants photos, I did (I am a porch lover of all sorts)......
The Old Saw Mill
A once abandoned town, now state forest, it is a historical site that is smack dab in the middle of the Pinelands, and it is nothing short of beautiful this time of the year. Once a functioning village, it made supplies during the revolutionary war for the continental army. As an iron working village it once used the bog iron that is rich in this area in it's production and later the village became a glassmaking community. Lots of history here, our family loves history.
The Corn Crib
My 11 year old daughter, said to me while there, "Do you ever wonder what keeps bringing us back to this place over and over again?", exclaiming how much she likes going there too. I did wonder once she said that, maybe something more than the peacfulness of this beautiful place has something more that keeps drawing me back there.
Sunday, November 1, 2009
We had a last minute costume change! He kept that itchy hat on too!
My middle daughter made a cute lil witch one year,
Another homemade costume, an Indian princess, a hand me down from her sister.
I love it when all my hard work gets recycled!
Some spooky scenes from our house all decked out
A spooky menu....
Our creepy scarecrow greeting visitors at the door
with gummy eyeballs floating in it for special effects!
If you partake in the fun of the holiday, I hope that you enjoyed your visit to our "spooky" farmhouse! If you don't partake, well we can still be friends of course, stop back on a brighter day!
Thanks for visiting! Don't forget to leave a comment, and check out the Autumn Porch contest link on the top lefthand column of my blog. I do appreciate all of you who take the time to stop by and especially those of you who leave a comment! I will have a surprise coming up for my readers in the next couple of weeks, so be sure to stop in again!