Friday, September 21, 2007

It's fall y'all!

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

I love, love, love the crisp air, the glorious leaves. And even though I'm a damn Yankee, I can say y'all - after living for years in both Virginia & Georgia. Autumn in Virginia was picturesque, rambling stone fences along country estates...One of my most cherished memories - going to a battle reenactment with Dana, wearing our matching Aigner riding boots, tweed blazers, turtle necks and the cool earthy air, pungent with the scent of gunpowder.

Yesterday, I tucked three huge totes of my sherbet LuRay dishes away until next year. Their pink, aqua and pale yellows seemed to be putting on airs of summer, and I'm ready to embrace fall. These sunflower dishes were made nearby at the Homer Laughlin plant. I welcome my time with them until my Christmas dishes come out to visit after Thanksgiving.

Update from last night... I had a beer, both Hugh and Colin ala Bridget Jones and put whining arse to bed!

4 comments:

Britt- Sparkled Vintage Charm said...

cute dishes!!

Darly Dolittle said...

You are something else! A dish for every season, event, holiday and tea! Envious ole little me,
Darly Dolittle

Thrift Shop Romantic said...

Love to see the dishes that symbolize the move from summer to fall and then to spring. Too many good dishes out there-- particularly when you live close to Homer Laughlin and the other china plants... So dangerous. :-)

Ele at abitofpinkheaven said...

Love all of it!!!