I bought the cabbage plant and a kale, two pumpkins and a few gourds. It remains to be seen if the pumpkins and gourds last until Halloween. There are a lot of kids here, and smashing pumpkins is an unfortunate Halloween tradition for as long as I can remember.
The scarecrows and small ghost are from Christmas Tree, the Pilgrim scarecrows I have several years but don't remember where I bought them, it was a local nursery, I think.
My house seems to be the target of many a football/soccer ball and my poor mum has been hit a couple of times. That's why it has that indent. Signs posted all over that say "No Ball Playing Allowed", but rules were made to be broken. ;-)
My view on the left when I leave my house. My neighbor utilizes the common area, which is not encouraged or even allowed, but she does a nice job (and doesn't read my blog).
I took a little stroll the other day when it was warm and sunny to take some photos
A little golden color but the leaves fall before they even change.
This photo is hazy but I love the sunbeams coming through (and the big kitty on the pumpkin).
I will be missing a bit from Blogland this week, as I get ready to attend the SBC. You can click on the link on my sidebar to learn more about it. I will be sharing my adventure when I return.
In the meantime, I will be joining Make It Pretty Monday, Tweak It Tuesday, You're Gonna Love It Tuesday and Home & Garden Thursday.