Thursday, October 22, 2009

Fall is Here!

Good morning bloggy internets! Because I'm in a good mood, I'm tempted to say it's a beautiful day out, but that would be a lie. It's cold and drippy out! The last couple of days, however, have been gorgeous! Lookit!


The leaves are glorious. My walking buddies and I were at the park yesterday and I want to show you some of the things which caught my eye (since two of the walkers have stubby legs and the other two of us were so far ahead that we had time to stop and take pretty pictures with our phones, see?):



The rocks, even though they're probably fake, look cool:


But I love these plants, still going strong till frost:


I lied, though, about that glorious weather. See the sky?


*sigh* So fall is here. The weather really isn't the greatest, but we do get pretty moments.

On a side note, happy birthday to my favorite brother, Lil' Bro! You're not 40 anymore!

Until I write again ...

Flea

9 comments:

April said...

Sunny or not, those are gorgeous pictures! I love Fall! :-)

Mental P Mama said...

I love all weather in the Fall.

Karen Deborah said...

i think it looks beautiful! It's not hot anymore and i am sooooo happy to cool off!

Daryl said...

Beautious .. when I saw the post title on my sidebar I thought 'how did Flea see me fall?'

Susan Crabtree said...

Unfortunately, we do not have seasons where we live-I have serious fall envy! Stopping by to visit some of the SSS girls!

CanadianMama said...

Oh it looks so pretty there Flea! We didn't get nice leaves here this year as we got NO rain :(

♥georgie♥ said...

compared to Oklahoma summers i am a HUGE fan of Fall LOL

That first pick is breath taking!
I wanna take a fall foliage drive

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Jill of All Trades said...

Yes fall is here. The trees this year are just amazing. I almost hit a curb the other staring at a gorgeous red maple that really caught my eye.

Warty Mammal said...

Lovely. I'm a sucker for a big bright tree.