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Thursday, September 16, 2021

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We are ticking off the 'Prep-for-Winter' things.  Today it was the furnace inspection.  Still have the 'Make-Sure-House-Is-Secure-From-Mice' man coming.  Do you have your 'Winter Prep' things done?   Or scheduled?
Not yet...   But as this cute cat is saying....   Winter is coming.  😊
I've seen bloggers setting out, to eat in a more healthy way and to exercise.   I applaud them!   I wish I could settle into such.   

But then, I let myself peek at the horrible state of our Beloved Country....   And....

I WANT  TO  EAT  DESSERT !!!!  ~sigh~

But somehow, Autumn and coming Winter, do not feel like the time to .......   ~sigh~

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Please,,,   Critique my print here.

Color...

Bold or Regular...

Size...

Thank you...

 

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“That old September feeling, left over from school days, of summer passing, vacation nearly done, obligations gathering, books and football in the air … Another fall, another turned page: there was something of jubilee in that annual autumnal beginning, as if last year’s mistakes had been wiped clean by summer.” -Wallace Stenger

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12 comments:

Kim said...

Good morning! I like the regular print a little more, but really, who cares? It looks nice either way. About fall/winter prep, we do a sprinkle of granular insecticide around the base of our house to ward off the bugs looking for warmth. You wet it down and that's it. Started doing this years ago when the bug invasions began. We should probably put some fresh rat poison in the attic, too.

On the desserts, yes, I've been making and eating more of them than I should, and yes, it's because I am in stress mode because I also worry about our country. Making a cake today, in fact, for my hubby's birthday. Want me to save you a piece? 😁 Take care. 😘

Carla from The River said...

Hi,
I like your blog however you decide. I love the art you share.
We have a winter check off list too and it all starts this weekend.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Your paintings are so totally adorable!!! And what a warm and golden fall header you have! I think I like the bold type better, it is a bit easier to read. Gosh, even your text is in fall colors!!

Marie Smith said...

We wait until later in the autumn for our winter prep. Late but it always gets done somehow. I hate letting go of summer. you see.

Hootin' Anni said...

I can't critique your font/color...it's YOUR blog, do as you want.
As for winter preparing here, we don't have harsh winters so, no, nuttin' to do.

happyone said...

Like the regular print best but like the nice big size - nice and easy to read, color fine too.
We don't do much around the house getting ready for winter. Just turn off the outside water and getting the snow shovel in easy reach.
Love sweets but do limit myself and of course you know how much I like to walk. :)
I'm the opposite of most people I think in that when I am stressed I DON'T eat.

Jules said...

Preparing? Well, so far, I've knitted a jumper, the freezer is stocked with berries and I've yet to clear the garden :)

Betty said...

Love your prints. I love this time of the year no matter what is going on. Hope is word of the day for me everyday.

Sandi said...

You asked about Putin's picture on my blog. It's from 2001 when he visited the Bush ranch in Texas. I thought it was heroic to see the Russian president and ours riding around in a pick up truck.

NanaDiana said...

I love the format of your blog. I think you do perfect work with graphics and fonts.

I have not done anything yet to prepare for winter. I still don't have my fall stuff out and I usually start a that the first of September. This has been a strange year for me with the dog and with Jason's cancer journey...being back and forth to Omaha (10+ hour drive for me).

I hope you have a great weekend and what's the saying? Eat That Cake! xo Diana

Lori said...

I'm starting to clear the garden. Lettuce and herbs are still doing well and should for the next month or two. Tomorrow we plan to do all of the windows and patios because Wednesday is brining a cold front. Highs in the 70's, lows in the 40's. I am excited.

Jenny the Pirate said...

We don't have to do much here, except sometime in December when we cover the huge poolside ceramic planters with giant plastic bags, so that they do not take on moisture then freeze and crack when it gets below thirty-two degrees. Other than that, it's just a matter of turning the furnace on and off until it just goes to ON for about eight weeks, haaahha xoxo