Monday, October 4, 2010

Autumn surprised me with this little arrangement by the front door...

Then she informed me I need to purchase some kind of Fall Welcome mat for the door...

Just between you and me...she can be a tad bossy at times...
I guess we're crowning our pumpkins this year...










Autumn Annie certainly takes a lot of breaks...




She informed me she'd like pumpkin muffins to go with her "Pumpkin" coffee tomorrow...

Good thing her name is "Autumn"...she's got a thing for pumpkin...

Guess I better get the muffins going....

Lots more "Fallerizing" to get to!

See you tomorrow!!!!

xoxo~kathy.



23 comments:

  1. That Autumn Annie is really on the ball...er pumpkin!

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  2. I adore the polka dot pumpkin. Real or fake?

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  3. Autumn Annie did a great job but....I bet you lent a hand...or "pumpkin"!

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  4. Polka dot pumpkin is real Lori....
    Just a little black paint and a circle dabber...
    That Autumn's got it goin on!
    xoxo~Kathy

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  5. Sandy...
    For sure I lent her a hand...
    and coffee and now her latest demand...
    MUFFINS!!!!
    xoxo~Kathy

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  6. love the polka dot pumpkins!!

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  7. Looks lovely, Kathy! Fun Halloween decor!!

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  8. Your Annie did a great job of fall decorating Kathy..I can see why you let her Boss you around ha ha!! I think about you all the time my dear friend...Hey I got me a new great grand baby...Landen James...Hugs and smiles Gloria

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  9. Gloria!!!!
    Congratulations....What a wonderful Strong name!
    Nothing more precious in this world then a brand spanking new Grandchild.GREAT Grandchild!
    I can smell his little neck from here!
    Love on him for me,
    xoxo~Kathy

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  10. Such a cute post and I love your fall goodies.

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  11. ohhh...I'll take a pot of coffee with my muffin please. I have been trying recipes for the last couple of years. I want a gingerbread muffin with lemon cream cheese frosting like they sell at the JamPot in Eagle River, MI (on the UP from you, Kathy). It is the best I have ever had. Now...if YOU can make one like that I will personally drive from HERE(my house) to THERE (your house) to eat it! lol

    Tell that Autumn Annie that I need a little help Fallerizing this year myself. I been jus'a workin' too hard to play! Amen. xxoo Diana

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  12. I love your Autumn Annie, she might be bossy but she sure knows how to decorate with a festive hand!

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  13. Great Halloween decor. Autumn Annie is a real artist ;-)

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  14. Hahhahahha!!Kathy...i must laugh about you American people.......that crazy Haloween time........hahahhah!! we Dutch people are not in the mood of that..........only pumpkins here for autumn......happy day....love Ria.....

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  15. Lovely decorations, sparkling beauty!

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  16. Hi Kathy!
    I think Autumn Annie is working very hard at fallerizing! Love the bike with the flowers and that cute sign. I love it all.

    I get so excited when I see you have a new post and this morning I nearly spilled my coffee gettin over here to see what you are up to! You never dissappoint me Sista!

    hugs
    Sissie

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  17. You have such a talent:) Everything is so beautiful!

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  18. Hi Miss Kathy....you are getting off cheap only having to pay Autumn in coffee and muffins! She's doing a wonderful job of decorating your home for Fall!
    Debbie@houseatthelake

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  19. Nana Diana..
    The best recipe I've ever tasted is the "Gingerbread Recipe from Laura Ingals( Little House on the Prairie).
    Melts in your mouth and I make it with a spiced whipped cream!
    Worth the 2 lbs. you'll gain eating it!!!!!Lol.
    xoxo~Kathy

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  20. VERY CUTE Post!! I have been on the look-out for an older bike since I 1st saw yours... no luck yet (well, unless I want to pay with my arm & my leg :)
    Love your pumpkins... I am not a huge fan of Halloween, you have made it fun & not creepy.
    I may go out & "polka-dot a pumpkin.

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  21. Kathy @ Gone North...
    I'm not a big fan of the Halloween Creepy/ evil either..
    Fall, Harvest and changing of the season...
    Gods gifts...
    xoxo~Kathy

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  22. Kathy,
    your vignette is so fabulous! Love, love, love the polka dot pumpkin!
    I never found a white one that big over here...
    Thanks for your nice comment too, you know it was much appreciated! And sorry if I cannot visit more often :(
    Hugs,
    Monicax.

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Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with me...I am always encouraged by your kind expressions and thoughtful comments....Know that you are loved....xoxo Kathy.