Monday, August 20, 2012


This little witchie-poo is all dressed up in her witchie best and has been waiting for her sisters to join her.  I didn't know how to break the news to her...

Her sisters were attacked.  Over and over again.  The attacker has been described as an overweight, gray fur-ball with a lethal pounce and remains at large.  I have taken the wounded witchie-poo's into hiding and will mend them together so they may join their sister who has taken refuge on a high shelf.

More to come...


Friday, August 17, 2012

Witchie-Poo Sisters

These three have been hibernating on my shelves for almost a year.  They've finally come out of their slumber, put on their hats & shawls and grabbed their walking sticks.  They are woodsy-witches and have been busy roaming the trails out back for herbs and anything else that catches their fancy.  It's funny how the advent of fall brings out the most interesting creatures.....


Thursday, August 16, 2012


Every August the fairgrounds in our town come alive with a Carnival!
I grabbed this pic when the lights came on.  Magical, fun summer memories.


Tuesday, August 14, 2012


Can you see it?  Look real of my favorite things in the whole old abandoned farmhouse tucked back off the dirt road.  Can you see the kids climbing that big ancient tree in the front yard?  Can you see a woman picking apples from the trees in front?  In the upstairs window behind the big tree there is a tattered curtain colored robin's egg blue.  I wonder if that was her favorite color?

I'm sorry I haven't been blogging lately - I've been bad at communicating - I miss my blog buddies!  But the mornings here are getting cooler - FINALLY - and fall is fast on it's way.  The cooler weather reminds me of the summers I grew up with - where you can actually get outside and do something without the intense heat shutting you down.  Last weekend my husband and I went on a ride out in the country on a dirt road with the windows rolled down - the smell of the fields in August is a mixture of sweet and musty all at the same time.  Hard to explain - I love it.  The "weeds" on the side of the road are in full bloom - so beautiful!  We've got to grab summer while it's still here.

This is a picture of a plant that comes up every year at the end of the porch - it is a volunteer plant - planted itself.  I think it is a type of mint.  The blooms smell yucky but the leaves are minty.  See the morning sun peeking through the pines?  Sunlight and shadows - love it.

I hope you are enjoying cooler weather and the tail end of summer also.  Hope to catch up with you soon!