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.
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.