I love this time of year.
There is a promise that the days will cool and wonderful walks are in the future.
Last year, because of the drought, the acorns were few and far between.
This year the squirrels can't collect them fast enough before the acorns cover the ground.
I love Halloween and love to share Halloween fun!
This is a reproduction of a vintage Halloween postcard.
Isn't he quite clever!
Yes, we *auto* have a Happy Halloween.
It's that time again.
Classes have started at Rice University.
The Boys are Back!
Time for Fall Ball.
I walked over to watch the action.
So many new freshmen.
There's just nothing like the sound of the bat hitting the ball!
Walking home from Rice I spotted some Halloween decorations.
This Halloween man made me smile.
His head turns from side to side.
I don't think this Ghost is going to scare anyone!
What a great welcome he'll be to Trick or Treaters.
Finally, I finished the last black cat square.
I went to Michaels and found a gray yarn that was very close to the original.
This is what the afghan would have looked like.
It is huge.
I'm glad I decided to make four lapghans instead.
I did do some tweaking of the pattern when I decided lapghans were the way to go.
I can't put anything on the floor without having a cat or two check things out.
Now I have the kitty seal of approval for the lapghans.
Thank you to Beth for hosting Postcard Friendship Friday each week.
Wishing YOU well and much joy!