Saturday, October 13, 2007

Homecoming Saturday Pleasures

• Daisy's pockets filled with candy tossed at the homecoming parade.



• Strawberries at breakfast.

• Downtown on a beautiful blue morning. Girls at their first Girl Scouts meeting.



• Friends I haven't seen in many, many years.

• A long bright walk this afternoon and those purple grasses ripening acridly in pastures.

• Eleven children at the dinner table tonight (a mixed blessing perhaps?) as their parents attended other homecoming events.

• Loaves of date-walnut bread cooling on the counter.

6 comments:

C.A. Worcester said...

Hi Anna!

I was just passing through and somehow the page refreshed and you just posted. I love the pumpkin picture. I would like to know what the red vine plant is.....It is soooo pretty. Name please??

Thanks! Looks like you had a wonderful day...hope your night is just as wonderful too!

Cheryl

Terri said...

I'm new to your blog and what a lovely one it is. I'm sure I'll be back.

momawake said...

I love your DD's shirt! The pink with the herringbone horse is sweeter than sweet.

Carrie ~ Gigi said...

My children have been out of school for years, and this was a wonderful reminder of the fall activities for the youngsters in the community! Wonderful~ beautiful blog...

Jackie said...

Eleven children? This is exactly why my husband and I and our seven kids rarely get invited to dinner anywhere! We're a little too much of a blessing! What fun for homecoming!

Anna said...

Cheryl--That's lantana, a tender perennial. The orange tends to survive the winters, the other colors not. It is gorgeous!

Jackie, I know what you mean!

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