Ready to head out for a Fall walk.............
First.,...a stop in the kitchen garden and we have alot of peppers! Yay!
|Rocking chairs are ready for us if we are tired!|
Pretty old fashioned porches and arches into colorful gardens
Flower pots are full and vines tangle up this trellis
|pretty little plumbago porch--love the blue blossoms!|
the old gateposts are so tall!
|today's "arm candy" LOL|
|a gorgeous blue door with a cheerful Fall wreath|
|my beads today--the big blue beads I bought at a thrift store about 24 years ago, I still wear them and love them. The smaller strand is a necklace My Mom gave me years ago as well.|
My favorite part of today's walk:
|who is that peeking out?! LOL|
I loved seeing this zinnia garden! There were ALOT of pretty blooms!
Look what HGTV put in one of their recent magazines................
The Danielle Steel movie was a 1995 t/v mini series and it lasted about 4 hours. I loved it! I loved the era it was set in, and the amazing costumes. Melissa did a great job portraying a wealthy and priveleged young woman's life story (cousin to the Czar) during the Russian Revolution, through WW1 , the Depression and WW2 as well. There's plenty of drama, history, and romance so of course I loved it.
I really like Melissa Gilbert and will watch all her movies, she's played alot of great roles over the decades.
This was a 1998 tv movie with Lynda Carter. She plays a widow who loses her son, and then unexpectedly finds love again. It was based on a 1994 Lavyrle Spencer novel.
This 1999 movie is about an abused young white girl who is taken in by a kind hearted African American couple. The movie is set somewhere in Tennessee in the WW2 era. I love pretty much anything Della Reese is in, she's a great actress. It was a great movie--I enjoyed it.
And finally, if you are local and see sweet little Maggie kitty will you please help her to get home to her Mommy?