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Sunday, October 19, 2014

A splash of colour ...

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A fence filled with love ...
I love morning glory and toss seeds into the soil every spring along the fence and arbours of our home.  This year, I found a package of morning glory seeds long forgotten and pushed to the back of the cupboard.  The result was very few morning glory (a dozen at the most) which made finding one even lovelier.  What we did receive from that little package was a fence filled with heart shaped leaves
~love* love*love~
{I wrote this on my flickr photo stream & since then it has continued to bloom}
some Autumn colour in our garden
our pergola which is covered in honeysuckle vine looks it's most gorgeous this time of year
the cooler temps must be luring the honey suckle
our "late bloomer"
 my favourite Autumn bookmark
 gifted from our Maple
 
The postman brought me the newest issue of the Stampers' Sampler earlier in the week...
My "Peace on Earth" angel is on page 88
 
 

12 comments:

Julie Marie said...

Lovely as always Deb... I am intrigued by your book... need to look for it... and a leaf is my favorite bookmark this time of year too!... your vines are gorgeous and your little heart shaped leaves... love love love them too!... love your peace on earth angel... so pretty... xoxo... Julie Marie

Jeanne said...

I love your angel and all you share
Love you
Jeanne

Andrea Ostapovitch said...

Lovely photos Deb!

Mereknits said...

How fun to be in the magazine!!!! Congrats to you my talented friend.
Hugs,
Meredith

Lynda said...

Your morning glories are lovely, Deb! Mine bloomed early in the season but we're done by September. What a gift to have ess in October! Congratulations on having your angel published! xo

Donna said...

Lovely splashes of color. I never thought of using an autumn leaf for a bookmark!

Deb said...

hello Julie marie ~ you would love this book ♥

Deb said...

hi Jeanne ~ I have had this little angel for many, many years & fill her bowl with found treasures from walks ♥

Deb said...

hi andrea ~ thank you for your visit ~ so nice to see you had stopped by ♥

Deb said...

thank you Meredith xo also my talented friend!!

Deb said...

hi Lynda ~ thank you ♥
so surprised after hardly any blooms to see them popping up now :-) I know they like the cooler temps (like me) so maybe that has something to do with it.

Deb said...

hi donna ~ after you use the leaf as a book mark, you can keep it in the book to press :-)