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Nancy Jo

Beautiful picture. I wrote all this a minute ago but don't know where it went. Think of you often as I use the little sewing basket I bought from you all the time. sits right by my chair. I just finished several small embroidered sachets, posted pictures on my blog. I see I'm under your favorites, maybe you can see them from there. My info below doesn't seem to work for some reason. Happy Fall.
Nancy Jo

~Vicki

Yes, I did see them and thought they were really sweet, and would have left a comment, but I don't have a google account which is required to do so.

Happy to know you are enjoying the little sewing basket and the change of seasons. I am looking forward to spending time inside stitching again too.

Debbie

Beautiful pictures! You really captured the Fall light in that last one! Enjoy these days!

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Your photographs have captured so much, the essence of autumn, Vicki. I love the last photo. A "ta dah!" moment from Mother Nature, indeed.

Our mornings have been much the same, but I don't have your lovely view. I do have the park across the street though, which is filled with very old elms and they turn a beautiful golden yellow. Alas, the one directly across from my home was removed this summer. I miss it very much. I sure do love this time of year.

Angela

So beautiful -- certainly worth shivering for:)

Mona

Oh, I wish I was there to see it! We don't get so much fall here in California. Lucky you.

vicki haninger

But you have all the good weather! :o) It's raining and cold here today, but still very colorful. It never lasts long enough for me!

Mother B

Gorgeous view from your front porch!! Wow!!

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