Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Fall with Tina over at The Enchanted Home

Who of us doesn’t love autumn and all that it offers? Tina over at the enchanted home  has invited me over today to share what I love most about fall.

I can’t get enough of the rich jewel toned colors……

Or kicking back with a bowl of homemade soup made with squash out of our own garden. If you would like to see more of things I love about fall ahead on over to
I hope you all are doing really well and enjoying the season!


Francine Gardner said...

Fall has a very sad beauty to it. You live through these glorious days filled with colors, warm sundays, knowing that they only are a tease to what is ahead of us...

Phyllis Trevor Higgerson, Henhurst said...

Hi Debra, you described the perfect way to spend a fall day in New England! Hope you had a happy birthday and that we get a few of those Indian summer afternoons. It is truly my favorite time of year.

The enchanted home said...

Debra..thanks for such a beautiful post and a great and pretty reminder of what makes fall so magical. I loved seeing cute Dylan as part of the landscape, the foods have me hungry and the vistas took my breath away! I think I need to find me some cashmere pants! I used to have a pair many moons ago (a friend gave them to me for my birthday) doubt they still fit but I could always look for them and MAKE them fit:) Agree, doesn't get more comfy than those! Enjoy your day and thanks for sharing your perfect fall day over on my blog!

I Dream Of said...

Loved your perfect day! Would love to join you and Dylan dog for a hike! XO

Simple Everyday Glamour said...

lovely Debra...fall is the best, just wish is lasted longer!

Simple Everyday Glamour

Taylor Greenwalt said...

The first image is beautiful! I'm headed over to Tina's blog.

Pura Vida said...

Your fall images are just so pretty, thanks for sharing!

Woodside Park said...

Hi, Debra ~
I bet it is beautiful in New England right now. Can't wait to see more of your fall post at Enchanted Home.
Heading over soon....see ya there! :)

Leslie said...

Beautiful post over at Tina's Debra! My birthday is mid September too (and so are my two brothers..all three of us were born on the same day, different years!.. crazy right?) I also share your love for dogs and cashmere stockings/pants. I wear them all the time in the winter. Wonderful fall images Debra and thanks for sharing!


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Dearest Debra!

I have seen your name and blog all around blogland, and you know how it is; it is virtually impossible to follow or visit everyone, but I just had to come by to say hello to you! I see you are featured today on dear Tina's blog and you also left a very kind comment yesterday when I was featured. Thank you for your kind words!

I LOVE YOUR DOG! teehee....he looks a bit like Teddy, Tina's dog!

I love your style and I hope you are having a wonderful fall. ENJOY! Anita

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Hi Debra, What a lovely site! I found you through my friend Tina!
We seem to have a lot in common!
Isn't Autumn such a cozy beautiful season... I would love to curl up in front of a fire too!
I am a new follower! So nice to get to know you!

debra @ 5th and state said...

my hands down favorite too! off to tina's.....

Splendid Sass said...

Headed over. I can tell by the preview that I am in for one gorgeous post!!
Happy Tuesday.

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

Hello dear Debra,

I am happy to see that you are enjoying a little FAll!

I was so happy to see a post of yours pop up! Beautiful images, and cute pup as always.

I hope you are not working too hard!

xx Elizabeth

Fashion-isha said...

Soup from veggies from you garden?? YUM!! Can I come over for some please??

Sharon Lee Johnson said...

I visited New England in autumn many years ago - I don't think anywhere else in the world can compare! x Sharon

Anonymous said...

Two of my favorite girls at one blog?! I'm heading over! xo

Unknown said...

Heading over!!

xoxo E

Heather Robinson said...

Look at all the lovely comments here Debra. :) You are deeply appreciated here in the blogosphere--I hope that you know that!
Heading over to Tina's now...
Bisous to you and scratchies to DD!!

Garden, Home and Party said...

Hi Debra,
When I visited Massachusetts some years ago, I was convinced that I must have been born there and that my parents adopted me and brought me to California. It's such a beautiful part of the country. I like all the reasons for loving fall that you've shared!

Barbara@HausDesign said...

I loved your post Debra! I could eat your menu every day - sounds delish!

Decor de Provence said...

Hey Debra!! I loved all the images you posted about fall... especially that homemade soup... yum!!!

I hope you're having a fabulous fall!!

Unknown said...

gonna go head over there now - good thing i found ur blog today :o)

PS - Everyone welcome to enter: ~Plush Velvet Pumpkins Giveaway ~ it’s perfect for this time of year!

newest follower - love for u to follow back :o)

Divine Theatre said...

My garden is looking forward to the kind of rest it can only get in Winter. I have been busy tucking it in and making sure it has everything it needs for the long nights ahead.
Then...I can work on the house!
Hoping you are well...

Kisses to Dylan Dog and Kitty,


Veronica said...

And I "Fall" back onto your blog at just the right moment to be enchanted by your images of my absolute favourite season and colours!!! Hi Debra, so great to be back here and get spoilt with such a great post!

Sending hugs


Veronica said...

And I "Fall" back onto your blog at just the right moment to be enchanted by your images of my absolute favourite season and colours!!! Hi Debra, so great to be back here and get spoilt with such a great post!

Sending hugs


Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

Hello Debra,

How are you? Are you having a relaxing weekend or are you working your butt off?

Are you making any tasty Fall recipes?

Hope you have a great day! Elizabeth

zanetastyle said...

Sounds great to me! I just wish I knew how to knit(: well, as i find it calming and love wool and knits of all sorts...and the picture of yarns you have here is encouraging me now...soup recipe please??
hugs Z

Thoughts on Design said...

Hasn't the past week been glorious??? Indian summer!!!
I love the smell and sound of leaves as you walk thru the woods in the fall. The quiet sound of the birds, so different than their urgent songs of spring time. Everything seems like it's getting ready for a long nap...

Love the golden hour in the morning and evening. Perfect for picture taking!


Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

Hello Debra!

How are you? Are you bracing for the crazy storm that they keep saying is coming up the East Coast? Hopefully all of your preparations are finished!

Hopefully work is not keeping you crazy busy!

Take care, Elizabeth

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

Hello Debra,

Thank you for your comments today, it is always so hard when our parents of family get old.

I hope you are ready for the storm, it is crazy here...lots of rain and wind.

Be safe, Elizabeth

Leslie said...


Hope you are all hunkered down and ready for the storm headed your way. Because we live in the mountains here in WA state, we get a few few bad storms a year resulting in significant snow fall and extended power outages. We finally broke down and bought a small generator and it's made all the difference. Hopefully the storm will move quickly and not do too much damage.


classic • casual • home said...

Your soup sounds divine!!!

Acanthus and Acorn said...

I totally want you and Dylan to come over and play with me and Remy...actually I much rather come to your house in this time of year and sip cider and watch our goof ball dogs roll on their backs!

Off to Tina's

Taylor Greenwalt said...

Debra....where have you been? So glad you posted on Fall. We love the same things.

Karena said...

On my way Debra! I agree with you about the rich jewel tones of Autumn!

Art by Karena
2012 Artists Series

Trisha Jones said...

Ooh Debra, thanks for the warming autumn shots! That squash soup would go down a storm!!

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