I hope these seeds are the grandparents of the ones I just brought in that are tangled in the bittersweet I found on a geocache hunt down a back road in Lancaster. I guess I need to take a photo of that display also. Seed bursting from their protective coverings are a sure sign on fall.
I need to live up to my blog name. I have worked on these for a week or so. Some aren’t even finished, but I thought I’d share. I like the lady with guitar a lot.
I’m trying to utilize rubber stamps that I have a ton of too.
This was taken last year at Longwood Gardens in mid November-
Look at all the leaves on the tree then!
My father-in-law got his power back after 4 long days. On Tuesday we had called PECO and they said it would be until 11 pm Friday. We found a hotel room for him right away and Brian went over to take him to the room. He wouldn’t budge out of the house. 4 people and two policeman could not make him move out of his cold, dark house, so there he stayed with a dying cellphone. Talk about stubborn. Brian will have to make him promise if something like this happens again, he will heed to his wishes of being safe in a warm room. The man is 89 years old and a bit frail. This made us all stressed out and tense all that time. I would never do that to Sean.
This is a spooky looking tree located in Longwood Gardens. In my head I can see little creations or nymphs in those crevices. In fact, this would be so neat lit with the Bruce Munro
exhibit at the gardens right now. Longwood should so do a Halloween display!
I try not to miss an opportunity to snap a photo of my favorite singer of almost 40 yrs when he is performing. James Taylor was singing along with the Zac Brown Band on the 2011 American County Awards and looks like he is really enjoying it.