The candy aisle had so many choices I couldn't decide what to get. . . took me forever to make up my mind. Oh, I hope we have plenty of visitors so these tempting sweets will be gone from our house. Not totally pleased with spooky tree of branches from the yard, but time is running out. I do like new Halloween card that arrived. I promptly added it to the bookcase. Some people do the nicest things!
When Philley Lane was a gravel road, I was a little girl. Although it's paved now, it is still a quiet country road with very little traffic. Walking the lane Saturday I remembered the joys of climbing pine trees and viewing the farm from the hayloft. Much has changed, but the wonder of those times has not been diminished by time.
Displays often end up on my bookshelves. The books are there, but so are other objects. Some stay put all the time, but others come and go with the seasons. For now the miniature chair holds a jack-'o-lantern. Beside it is a tiny witch's hat that's open in the back for a tea light. Today an unexpected Halloween card arrived in the mail. I happily added it to the shelf.
Soon ghosts and goblins will be ringing my front doorbell. Therefore, it's time to get Halloween decorations down from a shelf behind sliding doors in the dining room. I like the item below hanging from a hook on the hall tree. The startled expressions on the boys' faces make it an adorable postcard. Then the owl on the pumpkin is one of my favorites. He's easy to move and sits in different places. HALLOWEEN . . . a fun time to decorate. More later. I have some decorating to do.
Sometimes I forget to pause and see what is right before my eyes. Just outside my own backdoor is a world of beauty. No need for a sweater today, but there is a definite nip in the air. Enjoy your Saturday wherever you are.
Making tags is an enjoyable pasttime of mine. I collect magazine clippings and rubber stamps to create various sets of tags. I like to give them as gifts to friends and family. I have also sold some on ebay.