Whatever The Season

Oh boy, it is my absolute favorite time of year, Fall! We are just easing into it here in Northern California. It is still balmy morning, noon, and night, but just sliiightly cooler.

AND THERE WAS RAIN! Yes! Yesterday and this morning we had Real Rain.

The dog barked at the rolling, roaring thunder.

I lifted my arms and outstretched them up to meet the tiny falling droplets as I perched on the edge of the pool before my workout.


Now I have had my coffee and allowed myself to create a card for a card challenge–


My dog has been pretty patient, as usually walkies comes after coffee. She let me know she was waiting. I heard a funny noise and looked up from my crafting to see this face wedged next to a basket, watching me as I created my card:

The resulting card made me pretty happy:

I used a Stamplorations stamp “Coffee for all Seasons” for the sentiment

Table, chairs, cups: Taylored Expressions Build a Scene Bistro

Tree: IO 219-P

Fence: Poppystamps Cottage Fence

Leaves: IO Dies 201-K

About Sue M

Former teacher, rather long-at-home mom/homemaker. While swimming each morning thoughts come into my mind, and in between concentrating on my stroke and my yards, the thoughts get a bit of focus. This blog is just a way of processing the concepts bubbling around my brain.
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2 Responses to Whatever The Season

  1. Michele says:

    I’d love to sit under your sweet little tree, for coffee, or tea! You are QUICK, Sue!! thanks for playing!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Laurel Seabrook says:

    What a wonderful little scene you have created! Thank you for playing at Inspired By!

    Liked by 1 person

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