Monday, September 14, 2015

A Little Bit of Fall

Gentle Friends..... now that the weather has gotten back on track from the heat waves we been having to the upper 50's low 60's we are used to..... it was time to pull together some Fall decorations.  

Rico crawled around under the stairs where we store the decorating stuff and I pulled together my stitching Exchange pieces et voila a Fall tableau in the living room.... 
the only "new" piece is the skull candy box...


..... you knew I would fill it with some candy corn - I love the stuff!!!  and isn't the china skull too cool - I snatched that sucker off the shelf the minute I saw it at the store. 

.... Rico decorated the hall in front of the door.... for some reason we seem to be the only people that ever decorate for anything - oh well, we enjoy it......
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.... I also knew it was Fall since the treats are starting to appear....  starting off with these ever delicious pumpkin donuts from Entenmann's....

....  I found this, an unusual "twist" on the season at Target this weekend - and yes, the green twist part does taste like sour apple and the filling like caramel....and usually I am not a fan the Twizzler, but I really liked these things!!

....  and as always the "candy corn" flavoured things are quite interesting......
.......   that's my little bit of Fall for now - with the lovely fog covering the city and it being so nice and cool I can enjoy the rest of my favorite time of year!!!
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That's about it for today sports fans, thanks for stopping by do stop again!!

Take care,
edgar

10 comments:

Jeannine520 said...

Yeah, that fog sure is nice isn't it? It's been drizzling here in the north bay and I'm not complaining at all. Love your Halloween decorations. I just don't have the nerve to put mine out until it's officially October. But on October first I'm right there throwing spiderwebs all over the house. Those Twizzlers sure look good, a bit scary but still good. Take care Edgar.

Marie said...

Nice fall display. Love the skull candy dish. Thanks for sharing your candy finds...I'll hunt some of those down.

Barb said...

You guys have done a terrific job decorating. I just think people who don't bother to decorate for the different seasons are missing something. The skull candy dish is great especially filled with the good candy. I found some very yummy pumpkin bread at the store this week-end! It is baked by a bakery called Franz. I don't know if it goes as far away as SF. It is great bread and comes in several limited editions.

CathieJ said...

Now I really have to dig out my fall decorations. I seem to be behind many of the bloggers that I follow. I guess I will have to brave the buggy, dusty basement storage room. Sigh...

Stitchinowl said...

Even though I get creeped out by skulls(!), I love your fall display inside and in the hallway. You are reminding me that I have to put the rest of my Halloween decor out.
Carolyn

Justine said...

I love your hall decorations. In the UK people don't tend to decorate seasonally like many in the US. And we don't have those candy corns either, I'd never heard of them until I started reading blogs!

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

Fall--one of my favorite times of the year--cooler temps and great colors. Your skull candy dish is just the bomb! You have motivated me to begin my own fall decorating.

Stitchinowl said...

I forgot to ask...what is the pattern name/designer of the candle mat in the foreground? Just gorgeous!
Carolyn

riona said...

Temps are still a bit warm here in the NYC area to pull out the Fall decorations but Bill and I have been enjoying our preview Fall treats from Vermont Country Store: clove and cinnamon spice gum drops and jumbo black licorice jelly beans. Either of which would look great in your skull candy dish.

LDR said...

I love your autumn decorations, Edgar! I aspire to having that many fall smalls to exhibit. They look great along with your other things. So nice that you decorate the hallway so your neighbors can enjoy.