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This week's theme is: PUMPKINS!
Welcome to my home....well, at least this is "how" you'd be welcomed if you came to my side door.
And, yes, Jackson greets everyone who knocks. I only wish is was in this calm friendly matter captured below, but admittedly it's in his over enthusiastic Jack Russell bark and jump up and down style. It seriously took me treats, about ten pictures and a ton of patience from both of us to get him to sit on that darn step! (LOL!)
Fall is my favorite season to decorate the home for and I'm lucky to have a students who's family grows pumpkins and the kids sell them very inexpensively compared to the $5.00 each at local stores.
The load up my car with an assortment of their choice and enjoy the reward of earning money.
Jackson was probably grateful I didn't make him "poise" for this picture!
LOL, I have sooo much pumpkin stuff! Love your steps and outdoor decorations. I do wish I could have a dozen pumpkins on the veranda, but alas, they are too high to just buy then throw out in a month. So I have two, and I'll show my autumn veranda soon. In the meantime, enjoy the recipes!ReplyDelete
Your entry looks so festive and inviting for the season.ReplyDelete
Great Hallowe'en decorations. Too bad I didn't have my camera the other day when I walked by a graveyard with lit hands reaching up in front of the tombstones.ReplyDelete
Lovely fall decorations, Val. Your home looks very inviting...pets for Jackson :)ReplyDelete
I love seeing all of the autumn pumpkin creations. 'So glad to have found your blog and link parties.ReplyDelete
oh, squee! Jackson is adorable.ReplyDelete
Very fun fall decorations. Jackson is cute as always.ReplyDelete
Thanks for hosting this themed party! I picked up a few great ideas!
My favorite time of year, sadly no festive decorations at my house.ReplyDelete
Every time I see your little Jack Russel, I think of ours that is now just a memory. I remember ours was never as clean as yours either! They are a special breed, and yes, always on the move.ReplyDelete