Fall is nearly here and I love it! The cooler temps are wonderful.
I hopped on Amber's Polaris yesterday and rode to the back of our pasture and this sea of yellow greeted me. Sometimes I just need to get out and enjoy nature around me. I never know what I might see roaming the pasture. I am a country girl at heart. I don't know if I could ever live in a big city.
The wild black-eyed Susan's are in full bloom and so pretty.
As I leaned down to take a picture the butterfly caught my eye. I was determined to get a picture with his wings open!
He finally opened his wings and I captured it after many tries! He is the color of Fall also with orange and rust colors.. Don't know why I am calling it a "he" but it looks masculine. If it was purple or yellow I would call it a "she" :) Silly I know!
I have been busy decorating the house for Fall and I am planning to buy pumpkins this weekend to put in the yard. Saturday is the first day of Fall! Where did the year go? Time seems to fly by too quickly when you get older.
I have been doing a little stitching this week.
I have been working on a wallhanging. I love the primitive look of the wagon full of pumpkins. I don't have the wire hanger for it yet. It has been ordered. I will show it again when I get it hung. It was fun to make with the wonky wheels.
Perfection is not required with this pattern. Perfect for me!
Have a wonderful weekend and hopefully it is cooler in your area.
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