Wednesday, November 30, 2016

GOODBYE TO AUTUMN

It seems things around here are finally getting back to normal, and I'm getting time to play and get caught up with my blog reading and making my rounds. We had been short a team member, and heading into the holidays IS NOT a good time to be short one. On top of that, our Creative Director was also wanting me to assist with photo shots for our company's Instagram. I must admit, it was fun, but meant twice weekly trips to New York City. Of course Ms.Moorecock suggested I get me an Instagram. I was like huh, no. So of course, she created one for me and posts my pictures on there for me. Hell, it is what I pay her for besides social directing my train wreaks!!!! Even though today is the last day of November, to me, the autumn is officially ended. When December rolls in, and with the Christmas season, it just feels more winter to me. But I had photos of my fall season I never got around to posting......and what a beautiful fall it was!

Fonthill Castle in Doylestown

Iron Hill Covered Bridge, one of 6 in Bucks County. This one is right up the road from the Casa.
Lake Galena at Peace Valley Park, about 5 minutes from the Casa. Makes for a nice run in the evening...at least till it gets too cold.
The very large maple outside my windows, turns brilliant red and orange, always cast this very cool hue over the living room. This is also after all the painting and over hauls were done this summer. I had the walls done over in a light beige suede finish.

Candle light by night most nights. Some nights you'd think I was having a séance. Upwards of 20 candles lit...besides myself.

This past summer the boudoir got completely overhauled. It went from dark chocolate walls and earth tones, to this dark Newport Blue with accents of navy and creams.
Buster Bolfig Borghese seemed to approve of the new boudoir.

The Mother's Ridgeback Lilith.........keeping watch on Buster.

Woods at the property edge. The fox are usually seen here.

Random street in Doylestown

Sitting a spell in deeeeeeep leaves in my Jack's

Rittenhouse Square in Philadelphia

The seasonal apothecaries.

My usual suspects visited all autumn and now the junco's have returned. I'm getting eaten out of house and home again.
Redheaded Woodpecker

A Nuthatch

Tufted Titmouse

Bonnie and Clyde.

My birthday saw the return of my autumn/winter cock-a-tail....the Expresso Martini at the Lambertville House. YUMMMMMMMM

One weekend at Daddy Warbucks. I just had to kick up my gams!

So long Autumn....it was nice having you.

42 comments:

  1. Love the new paint. I'm with Buster and the blue bedroom! With an Espresso Martini, of course .... and Carlos!

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    1. I had the feeling you'd enjoy a cocktail while soaking in the blue. Actually your were part of the inspiration, from your navy bathroom.

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  2. Since I like the blue boudoir I'll just have to join in this Congo line.
    Beautiful pics, you've been busy. Give Buster a hug for me.

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    1. The walls had been dark chocolate brown for years, so this new color took me a while to embrace. Thank you hon!

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  3. I love the new paint in the boudoir. I wish I was allowed to paint my walls. My place is dying for color. It's also weird seeing you say goodbye to fall. For us in Southern California, it's finally arrived.

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    1. Yep, all the trees are bare now, but it's still very mild in temperature. I can paint, but before I move out if ever, it has to be returned to boring white. Alot can be done with white though, through accessorizing.

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  4. Beautiful pictures! Your place is downright welcoming! And those damn sexy legs!!!!!!!!!

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  5. The photos remind me of how beautiful it is in the East... They also remind me how much I need the warmth of the sun! The gams...well, those I would love gazing upon no matter the season. Many hugs, mistress!

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    1. I must admit.....I'd miss the change of seasons if I ever had to move to a new location. But my gams are missing the sun......

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    2. Some people like the look of copper in the kitchen, I prefer to be transported to the summer by Juan's bronze in the bedroom.

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    3. Hell, of like them wrapped around me!

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  6. Mistress, your just reek of good taste! Your place looks so comfy and warm as usual! I am loving the color in the bedroom. And the birds pictures I adore as always. Beautiful post.

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  7. Loverly fall pictures. And a bonus! Buster! :-)

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  8. Make room........im moving in with you. The scenery,your abode and those legs.......wonderful post Mistress.

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    1. Hey, I'm all for heaving live music pour through the halls.......

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  9. I'm loving the mirror combo in the lounge.
    JP

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    1. Thank you JP. I absolutely love mirrors. You should see the combo above the bed.

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    2. Now with your humor, I don't know your kidding or not. But hot if yes!

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  10. Mistress you have excellent taste! Your place is do beautiful. You apartment looks nice than my house!!!! Love the birdies and the foliage shots are stunning. So long to autumn indeed.

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  11. What an amazing post!!!! So pretty to see your neck of the woods. I'm sorry to see fall go.

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  12. Your Casa is a delight! I especially like the mirrored wall. What an eye for detail.

    The covered bridge reminds me of the one in Beetlejuice - Just don't do a Barbara & Adam!

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    1. Now you tell me. The mirrors are the eys behind my back.

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  13. Your post is making me wish autumn would start all over again. Now when can I book a reservation to come stay? Plus the name Lilleth is cracking me up.

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    1. That name suits Lilith, let me tell you, just like on Fraser. Now, lets have a look see at the book..........

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  14. you should be glad I didn't instagram your ass.

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  15. After now seeing your bedroom, I can see why you you hate getting up on Mondays. Its so comfortable and elegant looking. The bed scream a night of romance. I thoroughly enjoyed this whole post.

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  16. oh, if only that bed could talk...and that living room couch...

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  17. Lovely settings, cute critters, sparkling home and covered bridges and a castle. It's like a fairytale! And with those very nice gams.

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  18. Home looks very comfortable, lots of room to snuggle up with a fuzzy little fox

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  19. Of course, you know me, I loved the bird pictures. I love how every season you feature them and you can see the foliage change out the windows. Of course the inside looks very chic and homey. And to be so close to a lake!!!! A added plus. Buster looks very happy.

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  20. Fall foliage, very sexy legs, cocktail...what more is needed. Absolutely love your place and of course the dogs are beyond cute!

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  21. Great post! I'm here to tell you, having been at the casa and crashing on the sofa, it's like sleeping in a bed. It was comfortable as any bed and I have a huge frame. BUSTER!!!!!!!

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  22. I always love your photos. The tree with the yellow leaves is brilliant. Couldn't be any more yellow. And how nice to see the pups again.

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  23. Love the new bedroom!!!! That color is nice and rich. Buster does seem to be quite comfortable. Great bird shots and then there is those legs....... I bet the Lad loves them wrapped around him?!?!

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  24. What a fun post, such wonderful surroundings and those wonderful birds and cruddy Buster. I can imagine running at that lake must make the run more enjoyable.....hence those fine legs! I will certainly miss autumn.

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