From one weekend to the next I noticed the changing colors up at Highlands.
It might not feel like cooler weather, but it sure looks it. Central Texas can't decide between Summer and Fall, but the trees have made their vote!
We haven't been up there in two weeks, so I'm sure its even lovelier by now!
I didn't take a picture of my finished crock pot stew, but it was almost all gone by the time I got home from work. Recycled dinner at its best - a tomato almost too ripe, a couple of carrots, some small potatoes about to sprout - all went into the crockpot with a seasoning packet, some extra chopped garlic, water, and some stew meat. It was definitely a win.
On the advice of a sweet blogger I follow, I went back to Dollar Tree and nabbed another of those plates - the last one! And while I was at it, I grabbed some of the wine goblets, too. You cannot beat $1 apiece for wine goblets! These are study and dishwasher safe. And if one gets broken I will not care as much as if one of the crystal ones met a similar fate...I'm glad I didn't order some like I had originally planned.
Eventually the front door will get painted, but that doesn't seem like it will happen soon. And anyway, its almost time to say goodbye to pumpkins and such. And in anticipation I bought a few items at Dollar Tree to spruce up a wreath for the front door. Can you believe that giant glittery reindeer was $1??
Next weekend the house will be Christmas-festive by Sunday. For now, I am wondering how I can finish the Thanksgiving table. Still thinking fresh flowers!