Here in Texas we have been experiencing the worst drought since 1769, or so says the weatherman.

   What I know is, in my part of the state, we usually have lots of rainy days that produce some beautiful fall colors.

   Unfortunately, we only have lots of dead leaves, not colorful ones.  Very sad.  But, we do have a Hobby Lobby with lots of colorful leaves!   

Come on in...

I have actually changed the door decor to a wreath since I took this pic. 


Create your own centerpiece and place it on the dining table along with a colorful table runner.
  I used material I had left over from another project.
This is the first time I have used a white pumpkin.  I really like the contrast. 



A mason jar, coffee beans and a candle.  Smells really nice.

Vynal words on a 12 x 12 tile, kinda sets the mood, doesn't it? 


I love this little Indian girl. 

Awww, see the pic of my grandchildren in the corner?  I really love that picture.

Have fun decorating your home for fall.  I sure did!


  1. Hi Gail! I just stumbled onto your site! What a great blog you have!! LOVE your fall decor!! I am in Texas, as well, and totally relate to what you said about our drought! I am a newbie to blogging and your newest follower. I hope you will follow me too!! God bless you!!!

  2. Oh your Indian girl is indeed lovely. I adore all your autumn themed vignettes.

    Thank you SO much for linking this gem up!

  3. Great photos. Love the black/white pic with the candle. Very clever. I didn't realize the drought was that bad. Wow! I spent many years in West Texas and girl, that Texas heat is hot!

  4. This looks great, what a sweet little wreath!! colour selection is perfect and there are no doubt about it. A big thanks for sharing a great Christmas decoration idea.

  5. Turning a negative into a positive, always is good work in whatever situation it may be. And as a result you've turned out and created some beautiful items and designs and some really beautiful photography too. Really good stuff to see :D


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