We live in northeast Texas, and it's cooler here since we've been getting lots of rain. Maybe it's due to Hurricane Harvey bearing down on the southern part of our state today.
I sure hope Harvey loses it's force before it reaches shore. They're predicting up to 40 inches of rain to accompany this storm!
I also found some pictures of Fall decorations around our house from previous years. I usually just add pumpkins and florals to the normal decor. I don't want to store more than I have to so I keep it to a minimum.
These little pumpkins, which can fit into a bird's nest or a tea cup, are one of my favorite things to decorate with in Fall.
And to me, it wouldn't be Fall without this old lighted pumpkin from Walmart. It has lasted about 15 years and is still glowing strong. Pretty good value for something that was about $3 if I remember right.
My homemade chalkboard, made from an old frame and a spice rack, always gets decorated for the season.
Finally, here's the gang that usually hangs out on top of the glass cabinet in the kitchen all Fall.
That scarecrow in the middle has been around quite a while. It was purchased at Cracker Barrel around 2005. If you're looking for cute country decor that lasts, Cracker Barrel always has cute stuff for each season.
I haven't gotten out my decorated pillows for Fall yet, but I did buy a new one the other day. It's a little more colorful than I usually pick.
It found a home on the bland colored love seat here. Hopefully it will perk the place up.
Weirs furniture, a local chain in the Dallas area, had just gotten their Fall stock out of boxes and starting creating their displays when I walked by and spied it. I think it says "Hello Fall!" in the loudest of ways.
Thanks for dropping by!