Welcome to my little corner of the crafty blogasphere. My name is Vicki and I blog about home*craft and everyday adventures from the heart of the valley in the Pacific Northwest.

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Bobbi M

Thank you for your sharing your beautiful moment- what a blessing! You have such gorgeous colours there!


Wonderful post, vicki!

ellen kelley

I am not sure where about you are...but I am thinking that you are not far from where my youngest son lives.I am in the boonies half way to Elkton.
Today I saw the leaves fly and the trees shake, the days are getting so short and we have no open spaces here in the Coastal Range to see the sun rise or set. I am always so amazed at what you create...So many wonderful things.
Stay warm and thanks for your "always" inspiration.


I was reading along as I have done for about six years, six years of blessing that you share your life and loves and talents, seeing all the beautiful colors and smiling at how many times I've run to get the camera...and then I read you give thanks to our Father for His provision and His peace and it's so true... That resonated deep in my heart. He is a good Father and I am thankful for His provision and for you Vicki. May you and your family be richly blessed in Gods goodness this Thanksgiving!


Oh these photos are beautiful and the last...very special indeed.

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It has been a such a lovely autumn here where I am as well. We have a lot more red on our trees, than I can ever recall, and still have more leaves to turn. It has been interesting, how long the leaves are lasting. It makes me wonder about what sort of a winter we shall have. We had a doozy of a windstorm here last night, and it's feeling colder. Snow! Oh boy, I can't help it, I truly love it! 'Course, it would be nice if it would wait, until everyone has safely arrived to where they are going for Thanksgiving. Taking time to actually see and experience the moments that we have, I think that slows time down in a way that allows us to feel life, and then, to know that we have "enough". Peace, and plenty.


Teresa Kasner

Such pretty photos! It's like I was standing next to you. How lucky you are to have deer like that. We've only seen one deer in our yard in 30 years.. when we pulled in the driveway at night once. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)


Those are wonderful photos--especially the last! Glad you are enjoying Autumn so much.


Absolutely breathtaking! Thank you for sharing.


That was lovely.



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