A Lovely Time of Year

A September vignette

I so enjoy this time of year. Love lighting candles in the evening and making a big pot of chili for dinner! Thinking of what fun way to add a bit of Halloween to our cottage.
Our Fall/Winter weather in the deep south is fairly mild, so I find no need to pack away Summer clothing.

Can't help my love for white and pink...

skirt I dyed a lavender~pink

pretty pin I added

Not doing much this weekend. Just enjoying puttering around the cottage. I'm enjoying a new book ~

Love this style of decorating

Hope you all are enjoying your weekend!


  1. Now you know you gotta say what china pattern that is- haha! Angela

  2. Hi Dear Friend,
    As always so relaxing and beautiful. I love Fi Fi 's book. I brought the cookbook to go with it. She has a magazine out now too.It is quarterly. Have you seen it?
    We do love the same things.:)

  3. I love the cooler months and all that comes along with it - candles, baking and cooking more - a nice warm fire!

    Your dress is beautiful! I love it!

    Have a lovely weekend ~

  4. I love your beautiful clothes! So feminine and always in my favorite colors!
    Enjoy your week!

  5. That is a beautiful cameo brooch!
    I like romantic prairie style too.
    Your cooler months must be mild indeed, if you can still wear summer clothes.
    When it gets below zero here, I have to wear many layers to keep warm!

  6. The new book you're reading sounds lovely. I'm sure it's filled with many pretty pictures. Such a beautiful dress and brooch as well. It's always a delight for me when I come to visit your sweet space.

    Blessings! :)

  7. I noticed you are now 'following' my blog so I wanted to stop by for a visit. What a lovely blog. It makes me want to pour a cup of tea. You've done a great job!

  8. nice post thanks for sharing looking for to visit more..blessings

  9. Hi,
    I love Romantic praire style!Your photos is beuatiful!!
    xoxo...by Vicky

  10. I love your music....I have it playing while I do some paperwork!!
    Thank you.


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