Contemplating.

Contemplating.
Wayzata, Minnesota

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Bits and Pieces of October

 Our lives are like quilts
Bits and pieces
joy and sorrow
stitched with love.

Bits and Pieces of October.
  


Black and white is salt and pepper of colors,
for life tastes bland without them.
Vikrmn, Corpkshetra



I'm so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.
L.M. Montgomery








Soon I'll be joining my daughter and 

her girl scout troop for another cemetery tour 
in Alabama, and I'm excited to see the costumed 
actors and hear their stories.






Gnomebody loves you!




Autumn time is football time,
and sudden fast moving thunderstorms!




There are four seasons
winter, spring, summer and
football!


Behold Cardboard Art!


Cardboard has always been a storage thing.
Great for shipping, gifting and storing.
Cardboard has no nutritional value, if it did
 it'd be too tasteless to eat anyway.
But cardboard is great for creating 
silly, scary or happy faces.



The great garden protector 
his job is nearly finished for this season.




Hello sweet Mr. Robot!
Isn't he adorable? Making good use of old things.


It's delightful when your imaginations come true,
isn't it?
L.M. Montgomery



Isn't this just the perfect picture of autumn?
Can anyone have too many Jack-O-Lanterns?
I think not! 



When witches go riding
and black cats are hiding
and black dogs are seen
the moon laughs and whispers,
'tis near Halloween.




I still feel that delightful essence of  childhood
 and the excitement in carving artful faces and bringing these
pumpkins to life and you can't forget the smell of pumpkins in the air!




Oh what fun it is to watch a magician perform 
his own special tricks for treats!


In the art of magic,
keeping a secret is the greatest sleight.




Just having a certain kind of attitude can be magic.
Matt Posner





October reads aren't just for children or the young at heart!


Thanks for stopping by and brightening my day.
Take good care of you.

“We all have an inner voice, our personal whisper from the universe. All we have to do is listen -- feel and sense it with an open heart. Sometimes it whispers of intuition or precognition. Other times, it whispers an awareness, a remembrance from another plane. Dare to listen. Dare to hear with your heart.”
CJ Heck 


11 comments:

Debbie said...

your october is off to a great start!! i am so glad i live in a world where there is vibrate colors and pictures that look beautiful in black and white!!

attitude is everything!! we are going to see an outdoor showing of hocus-pocus on saturday, i can't wait!!!

kaykuala said...

Bits and pieces
joy and sorrow
stitched with love

How wonderful Karen to have lined up yourself for some quality time with your daughter and her friends. Not many are privileged because they do not venture out to get involved. Those pics are great!

Hank

eileeninmd said...

Hello Karen,

Your October is looking fun and colorful. I love the first quilt quote, it is so true. The cardboard art is cool. Enjoy your trip to Alabama! Wonderful photos and quotes. Enjoy your day!

Cranberry Morning said...

Nothing like autumn in the upper Midwest! Aren't the colors brilliant this year!! Have a wonderful time on the cemetery tour. I would love that! The closest I've ever gotten to that was in London on a Ghosts of the Old City Walk with a ghostly tour guide. It was so much fun. At night and spooky!!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

I love gnomes - Kilroy

PerthDailyPhoto said...

October is a wonderful month Karen.. here in Oz spring is a delight with a mix of warm and cold, wet and dry weather. Have a fabulous time in Alabama with your daughter, precious times together ✨

RedPat said...

I love that cardboard art! Have fun with your family, Karen!

Jeff said...

Fall does add the warm colors to the quilt, but here, I just long as summer has overstayed its welcome. I did have 10 days out in the Great Basin (Utah and Nevada) earlier in the month and was able to enjoy the yellow and orange of aspens. Here, between Thanksgiving and Christmas, we’ll get the only color we get—yellow from hickory trees.

Jenny Woolf said...

I don't think I'd choose to play football in thunderstorm season. I don't fancy being marooned in the middle of a field with lightning flashing!!

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