Friday, August 26, 2011

READY FOR FALL!

Our pumpkin patch has gone crazy this year. Even though it isn't even the first of September they are almost ready. Does this mean we will have an early Fall and Winter?
The little decorative pumpkins seem to be ready, also.




The beginning of the school year also signals Fall to me. My grandkids are ready - they start on Monday.

Wyatt will be in the 4th grade, and Caitlin starts high school (oh, my!).

I've been rather negligent in taking pictures of them this summer so Caitlin and I decided it was time for a 'photo shoot' down at the river to celebrate the beginning of her high school years.






Where have the years gone?
I'm joining Susan at A Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday.

6 comments:

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Oh, Sally! Your grandchildren are precious! Wyatt is such a cutie and Caitlin is quite the young lady! Yes, where does time go? Love your pumpkins! I am sooo ready for fall! Happy weekend!...hugs....Debbie

Mumzie said...

Your grandchildren are beautiful! Wonderful pictures of them. Love the PUMPKINS too...so blessed to have such a bountiful crop this year! Mumzie

Pat said...

Beautiful grandchildren, Sally!

I am more than ready for Fall!

Sue said...

Sally, I saw a pumpkin patch in a garden around the corner from me- it does seem early but I get giddy seeing them. My favorite time of year is autumn- cooler weather, football, gorgeous colors! :-) Sue

xinex said...

Your grandchildren are beautiful and so precious, Sally. They do grow up fast, don't they? Your pumpkin patch is amazing!.Christine

Mary Ellen said...

Having a no sleep night so thought I would visit my fav blogs! Great pictures of the grand children Sally!

Wow, Bob's garden is really doing great! Just a few tomatoes and squash and lots of cosmos and sunflowers that came up volunteer and I didn't have the heart to pull them out! Next year I think I will have the heart- or maybe better said, I won't have a heart at all towards them!

We got a surprise this morning when we went to the Aguilar for Coffee and Chat. The owner of the building has some fellows working on replacing windows and painting the front!! The window sills had rotted and the glass had slipped a good 1/2 inch or so letting in all kinds of dirt and wind in. It will be so much warmer this winter with the fixing up! Yippee Jesus!


bee blessed
mary