We saw some pretty things while rambling around on King Street last night:
I fell in love with these pretty yellow vases!Our City streets:
(and lots of benches if you get tired)
This shop has lovely bright sparkling chandeliers!
Aren't they elegant?
I love making pictures of the doors, gates and windows downtown. The entrance to the stairs going up to this apartment building is a curiosity to me. If you are moving upstairs, how in the world do you get your furniture, especially a mattress or couches, past THIS?
I always pause to admire the pretty things on display at this antique store. It's my favorite!
Isn't this a GORGEOUS tea pot??
This reminds me of the old movie "PollyAnna". Does anyone remember that movie?
We came upon a young woman entertaining us. She had a lovely and strong voice and could play this banjo. I love banjo music!
This young couple and their doggie were enjoying the show.
Colorful scarves blowing in the Fall breezes!
I enjoy Anthropologie's windows as well....always bright and colorful!
transferred most of my hot summer clothes and got out some Fall ones. This is my favorite Fall vest:
Harvested my parsley and basil. This was my first year to have an herb garden and I loved it!
I still have chives and others growing.
Have y'all seen the new line of dishes from the Pioneer Woman? They are pretty and I fell in love with the little creamers! They have teal and red I believe, and I grabbed this one with the flowers on it! She was the LAST ONE! Isn't she precious?
And I did do some Fall decorating:
I got these pretty earrings for only .99 cents a pair on the clearance aisle at Michaels! Just love 'em! Can't beat that deal!
What's everybody reading? Here's mine...
Some of these I have finished and many I have not even started! ha! LOL
(tried three times and that picture above came out sideways every time!!? ha ha LOL) So I am leaving it that way.
......picked up the new Susan Branch 2016 calendars! They are gorgeous, as always!........
The floods seem to be over. But the clean up and repairs and rebuilding of homes and lives has just begun. I think the final death toll was 19 people lost. Still so many roads out. And bridges and dams broken, busted, and/or gone. So many people lost their homes, their cars, and everything in their homes.
These next nine pictures are not mine, I just snapped them as they were on the tv news. I am so glad so many volunteered to go get so many animals. Animals suffer too. So many were hurt, lost, or drowned. So sad
This is one way to rescue a doggie!
Chickens and pigs too!
That's it for this time. I've been taking a short break from blogging. Hope this catches me up. I hope to be by to visit y'all this weekend. I am having trouble posting comments...many times I am half way through typing a comment...and it just all erases!....so chances are...even if you don't see a comment from me....I did stop by! Going to try to get that fixed...