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Often, the transitional times of the changing seasons can leave you in a state of limbo. For instance, I’m not quite ready to give up my tropical theme summer décor, however, I know I might as well start embracing all things pumpkin and fall leaves because it’s that time of year. So, with that, I bid a fond farewell to seashells, summer fronds, and sea life décor. Now that I think about it, apples, sweet potatoes, pumpkins and a cozy flannel throw aren’t a bad trade-off. Time to pull out my fall bins!!!
Features from Last Week’s Link Party
All summer Janet from Rosemary & Thyme has shared some of the most beautiful tablescapes for us to swoon over. Her Elegant Fall Themed Tablescape is no exception.
Against my doctor’s advice and my waistline, I’m sure I eat more pork chops than I should. However, this Cheesy Mushroom Pork Chops Recipe from All that Jas is begging me not to give up pork just yet.
Like many of us, Pam is not diving headlong into full autumn décor. Visit her at Everyday Living where she shares Subtle Hints of Autumn.
Janet who blogs at Vintage Floral Cottage reminded us not to give up on our wilted flowers. In order to enjoy them past this stage, she shows us how Drying Sunflowers Produce Amazing Color.
The Most Clicked on from Last Week’s Link Party
A trip to one of the inhabited areas of our country, the Badlands, inspired this beautiful Celebrating Nature’s Diversity Tablescape. You can find this table and lots of amazing pictures at The Little Yellow Corner Store.
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