Saturday, September 4, 2010

Confused...

It's cooler and calmer in this little part of the world. So much so the neglected fall project is once again in progress. Something to keep me occupied rather than Fall decorating...looking for pumpkins, bittersweet, anything Fall. My jewel of a friend says it's too early and keeps reminding me it is still Summer so maybe it is a little early...after all it is only Labor Day weekend.

Yet when strolling through the garden, I couldn't help but plop this skull on the stakes where it belongs...even though he says, "I don't think I like that". Well, it's going to stay although there does seem to be some confusion as to the true season.

What do you think...Summer or Fall?

10 comments:

ohiofarmgirl said...

Oh Yes...def..fall!!!!! I am so over this hot, dry summer....it is cool today and tomorrow but a warm up is coming later this week....I love the cool weather and I did put out a wreath..so I have started! Dianntha

Nan ~ Threadwork Primitives said...

He's a keeper. I think he looks great. Let's get Fall rolling.
~Nan

Margaret said...

It feels like fall here right now. Nice weather -- hope it lasts! Cool skull!

kcjewel said...

Defrightful and it isn't fall yet, but I bet you will get into it when ur ready! ;)

What's for dinner? *grins*

ME said...

Anything octoberish cannot be put out too early! : )

Sherry said...

I am so ready for the fall weather, the colors, Halloween, etc...the only thing I'm not ready for - School tomorrow! I like summer's less structured routine with my teen...

Marianne said...

After this hot midwest summer it is already Fall in my world. I've started putting out my autumny stitched pieces.

mainely stitching said...

Love the rosey skull! My kids will be begging for one if they see this picture!

Sharyn said...

Fall is definitely on the way, Joy! We've noticed that the squirrels have been busy making nests in our oak tree in the front yard. Love the cooler temps we've had lately too.
Great whimsey for your garden!

Moonpie primitives said...

Hi Joy:
I don't think it is ever to early to do what you love....I love fall also... I hate to tell anyone this but I started stitching pumpkins for my mom in February...Please don't let that get out my family already thinks I'm a little touched...LOL
Thanks so much for stopping by my blog, Nancy