Friday, September 25, 2009

"EARLY FALL" PICS...a collection

I am a collector at heart, and it really doesn't matter what it is, if I like it...I like it...and I collect it. It is the 'gathering together' that is the fun! Most of the things I collect are of little value to anyone else. But, that's OK...that is not even what is important. It is the feeling of other hands holding and other hearts loving an item that makes it valuble to me. One day I will tell you about all my collections...but for today, I will tell you that I love to collect photographs. I love the finding and sorting and catagorizing...then the reviewing!

Today, I want to share some of my favorite 'early fall' pictures. Why, yes, there are 'early fall' pictures and 'late fall' pictures. Just as there are pumpkin pics, and fall leaf pics, and fall decor pics. There are Halloween pictures, and Thanksgiving pictures, and most precious of all...'my family in fall' pictures. I hope you enjoy looking at these. (Only collected by me...not taken by me).


Just Breathe said...

Tonja, those are beautiful. Did you take those? I love them.

Kat said...

It's too darn hot here to begin my Fall decorating, but I'm already thinking about it and wondering what I should plant for the Fall. I loved all the photos, especially the candles surrounded by candy corn. Yum.

Thanks so much for the birthday wishes and your visits, even when I'm MIA which has been quite often lately. I can't seem to stay organizied, but that's life is full, right?


Southern Lady said...

Oh, Tonja ... those are so pretty. The last one is my favorite -- I'd love to make a vignette like that.

Best wishes to you for a happy weekend.

NanaNor's said...

Hi there, I just stopped by from the Grandparent Experience and so glad I did. You have a lovely blog-wonderful photos and I can sense we are kindred spirits. I'm looking forward to reading more!
Fall blessings to you,

Gram said...

I love the pictures. They have given me some great decorating ideas. I really like the idea of the candles with the candy corn. Thank you.