Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Celebrating October

Welcome
Hello! I just realized because of my blogging break earlier this month, I didn't get a chance to share some of my favorite things about October. There are four days left in the month, which is plenty of time to squeeze in a few simple pleasures, right? Click on the links for instructions and recipes.

Apple fritters
Apple Fritters ~2007

Candle
Warm candlelight.

Autumn gift
Handmade Cloth Napkins ~ 2007

Tea
A hot cup of tea.

Caramel Apple Cards
Caramel Apple Cards ~ 2008

Pumpkins
Mini pumpkins.

Cookies
Pumpkin Butterscotch Cookies ~ 2008

Jar of candy corn
Thank you for stopping by for a visit. I hope you have had a wonderful October, so far!

October gave a party;
The leaves by hundreds came-
The Chestnuts, Oaks, and Maples,
And leaves of every name.
The Sunshine spread a carpet,
And everything was grand,
Miss Weather led the dancing,
Professor Wind the band.
George Cooper, October's Party

34 comments:

Donna said...

Mmmm! and oh, such beautiful autumn things! Thank you for sharing. I really like your caramel apple cards. :) Very cute! I enjoy reading your blog.

Cindy said...

Lovely photos. very nice
cindy

marie said...

I've missed seeing your beautiful photos - thanks for sharing them today! Everything looks "yummy"!

LadySnow said...

It all looks wonderful!

ceekay said...

Did you make those apple fritters?? HMMMM. Love the caramel apple cards! cute!!

Love Bears All Things said...

All these say Autumn and more. I've made fritters. I use pancake mix, add water and grated apple. Then drop by teaspoon in hot oil until brown, sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Mama Bear

Heather said...

This was a beautiful post! I may need to start baking something with apples and pumpkin!

Brenda Eason said...

Beautiful.... I love it all.

Old World Primitives said...

This post is a delight for the senses!


`Stephanie

Linda C said...

I enjoyed all of your October pics:) Can't believe it's almost gone! I think I'll be trying those pumpkin/butterscotch cookies soon!

Linda C

Amy Sue said...

I don't know that I've ever commented over here, but I love to just pop on over and read your blog. The pictures today were just beautiful. I've not had much of a chance to decorate a home of my own yet, but your pictures stir my soul to have my own beauty to enjoy someday. Lovely, just lovely.

Lara Fairy said...

You certainly take such beautiful photos. I am going to have to make those pumpkin butterscotch cookies.. you have me tempted. Have a wonderful Halloween weekend!

Sharon said...

Everything looks so beautiful! Your home is so full of love and is so warm and cozy! You are blessed!

Hugs, Sharon

Terri said...

You always take the most beautiful pictures, Kelli! I love this post.

Gracie said...

October is my favorite month of the year, not too cold, not hot anymore, just right (at least where I live). Thanks for sharing your october delights!

. said...

I MUST make those cookies!
Alfazema

Connie W said...

Everything looks so pretty!

ruth said...

I have been a lurker of your blog since April. I had it bookmarked the first time I visited. I just felt at home right then. I always look forward to your new post. You are a gifted woman. I love the things you do. Thank you for you heart of sharing....

Anonymous said...

Hi Kelli!
It is sad to see October go! I live in Ohio and the leaves are just gorgeous right now. Your pictures are beautiful! I have to tell you that I made your "Thanksgiving Tree" and my family has had so much fun with writing out the many blessings we have. I truly appreciate your blog. Take care!
God Bless,
Hillary

Suzanne and Linda said...

Beautiful! Just beautiful, your photos certainly evoke every warm feeling I have ever had about fall and the coming seasons. Thank you for sharing!
Linda

Jennifer said...

We are in the middle of moving with everything in boxes...looking at all your lovely fall things makes me so anxious to get into our new home and start making it "homey" - so exciting! Your decorating certainly says "home"!

Julie said...

Okay - this post made my mouth water!

Shopgirl said...

You are really into the October celebration...looks so good.
Mary

Storybook Woods said...

Your apple fritters are our favorite thing of fall xoxox Clarice

Debbie said...

How funny; I am from Texas and now live in the Midwest.
The things you have in your home are lovely and you are very talented. I hope you won't mind me adding your site to my daily visits. We, too, love the apple fritters.
Debbie

Just Mom said...

LOL because my eyes looked past the candlelight and right at that big bowl of caramels. YUM!

Anita said...

Kelli, just stopped by to see what was new. Your recipes sound delicious! Anita

PEA said...

Three Little Witches

One little, two little, three little witches
Fly over haystacks and fly over ditches
Fly over moonbeams without any hitches
Hey, it's Halloween night.
One little, two little, three little witches
Fly over barb wire and tore their britches
Had to go home and get some stitches
Hey, it's Halloween night!! hehe

Happy Halloween dear Kelli:-) I absolutely love all of your Autumn decorations and now I'm craving for candy corn and cookies!!! hehe xoxo

MyJourneyBack said...

As always lovely. Love all your photo's thanks for sharing.
I hope your November is Blessed and we see lots of you.
Oh...ceekay reminded me the apple fritters look so yummy!
Hugs,
Sherry

Deb said...

Hi Kelli!
So glad to see that you're "back" I came to find a recipe and saw your new post. You have such talent for making the ordinary look and feel extraordinary! I hope that you are enjoying the Autumn season (minus all the rain!)

ohiofarmgirl said...

What great pictures...you are so creative. I so love thanksgiving. Dianntha

Jackie said...

I had a great October...but November isn't going too well. I have lost my voice.

God bless.

Jackie said...

I had a great October...but November isn't going too well. I have lost my voice.

God bless.

Marie said...

Thanks for the wonderful October recipes. I have some NC mountain apples that will probably make good fritters.