Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Fall Days & Colors






















Saturday was play day for sweetie & I. We have both been working so much that we decided to take the day for us. We started out by going to eat at our favorite little 'burger shack" YUM YUM! And then we drove over to view the color & beauty at White Rock Lake. Had a nice drive & then walked over the bridge to watch all the playing & swimming at the Dog Park. Then we headed over to Farmers Market. The greenhouses were full of color & I found many flowers I wanted to take home but, contained myself best as I could, remembering I would have to plant them because the good fairies never show up after purchase. And then you can see that the white sacks are full from the fruit & veggie vendors. Fresh blueberries were made into to homemade blueberry pancakes Sunday morning. Fresh cucumbers, tomatoes, black berries, peaches & ruby red grapefruit. I loved the picture of the market with the back drop of downtown Dallas. It so speaks of our cities today. Enjoy these days of fall & all the colors they bring with them. View them as Art sent to us. Blessings given to be enjoyed. DO NOT pass by in a busy blurr without stopping to smell the flowers my friends.

3 comments:

Allie said...

I've lived in Dallas for almost 17 years and STILL haven't gone to the Farmer's Market!! I really want to go, but I'm horrible at those kinds of things.....I always end up buying more than we can eat. What beautiful fall colors you shared. Hasn't the weather been lovely lately?
~Allie

Donna said...

The beautiful fall colors are a work of art! Looks like you had a fun time just sharing the day together.

Hugs,
Donna

Erin~Old Grain Sacks and Lavender said...

What beautiful fall colors. I really like the picture of the farmers market with the city skyline in the background. It stood out to me right away and is just beautiful!

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog for a visit and for leaving such a nice comment.

Have a great week and God Bless!

Hugs,
Erin ♥

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