Thursday, November 12, 2020

November Days

Our weather feels more like Summer days than Autumn. 
Eighty-three hot degrees at the beginning of the week, and more of the same today.
Flowers are beginning to re-bloom and  the Lady Bugs have made their predictable annual visit.
I ran to town on an errand this morning ,and was surprised to see that folks are already decorating their houses for Christmas , I guess this means I can go ahead and eat the mince pies now.😀

 
 



“The leaves fall, the wind blows, and the farm country slowly changes from the summer cottons into its winter wools.”


12 comments:

Susie said...

Jo, I think people are needing some Joy , maybe that's why the Christmas decor already. LOL I laughed about eating the pie now. We had some awesome warm days in a row and now it's been very cold early in the mornings. So it just seems winter is on it's way and it won't be long before the heat is on all the time. Stay safe. Blessings, xoxo, Susie

happyone said...

What a beautiful picture!!! I'd love to be walking there.

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

What a beautiful photo! I put away some of my Fall decor and I will get a little holiday out as days go by. I did add some extra lights. We have such a long dark period now!

DJan said...

Sending you lots of love and gratitude for your lovely post.

Doc said...

What a beautiful photo Jo, so peaceful looking.

Edna B said...

Oh my, what a gorgeous photo! It looks like that here today. Simply stunning. Yup, it's time now to bring out the snuggies. I've enjoyed the extra Spring interlude. Now it's time to get through the Winter. You have a wonderful day my friend, hugs, Edna B.

Henny Penny said...

We were out driving Wednesday and I was shocked to see a house all decorated for christmas. Guess I should put away all the orange leaves and things decorating the front porch. I love your post! That is the most beautiful country road.

Kathy said...

What a lovely picture! I want to be on that country road seeing where it leads. Or live right off of it so I can see that gorgeous foliage from my window. Not too many people in my neighborhood have Christmas. It's all orange pumpkins and autumn leaves decorating their houses. But the day after Thanksgiving is a different story. Looks as if you will have to eat those pies.

Yvonne said...

Had to laugh a little at your comment of mince pies. I remember them from childhood and plan to make some this year. Beautiful post. It became cold here again while it was still apparently warm in your part of the state.

Deb said...

I would love to walk that road. I'm decorating inside only. But go ahead and enjoy the pies.

Rob said...

That's a lovely picture. Typical of the season.

Janet @ My Miniature Donkeys said...

A tad too early for full blown Christmas decorations. Don't you think?