I see you've got a food theme going on! Those strawberries are just gorgeous! And I love the apple print idea! I have to admit that I am so confused about when the first day of autumn occurs. Some say yesterday, others- today. Needless to say, yesterday I posted as if it was the last day of summer as we headed to the playground (though it really felt more like the first day of autumn as you'll see on our blog)! Today we switch everything over (and I shall post about that later)! :) xo
Yes, food! For us, autumn arrived at 10:29pm, so the equinox was yesterday, but the first full day of fall is today. That might be where the confusion is.Have fun with your fall decorating. xo
Looks like it was a perfect day!
It was pretty perfect :)
Oh I wish I could come and visit for real! Those stawberries in the morning light are so yummy!
I do too, that would be wonderful. I think our kiddos would have a blast. The strawberries are so sweet, we are enjoying them so much!
That roasted apple looks delicious! I am so looking forward to getting into a proper fall this year. (And I realized I never answered your question last week - yes, we are moving. Yesterday was the last leg of our journey north!)http://momentsofpeacemama.wordpress.com/2014/09/23/morning-noon-night-15/
You would be surprised how wonderful they taste, so good!Congratulations on the move, hope it all went well. Thanks for playing along.
I've never roasted an apple before! Good idea :) We were at the local fair and a vendor was giving out free apples.....yes please!
You should try it, so good! I love free apples at the fair :)
What a delicious and wonderful autumn day!
the strawberries are beautiful !!! and i too must try roasting apple...great idea.
And so sweet too! You definitely should, sprinkled with a little cinnamon, delicious!
Just look at those beautiful strawberries! And apple printing, I love it; next time Emerson is here we are going to have to try that.
They are so good Tracey. Wish I could share some with everyone :)Emerson will love it. There is a great little story to go along with it as well, talks about the star in the apple, and then you slice the apple and find the star. Reece loves it!
Strawberries are persistent little berries, to say the least! :) I love how their final hurrah overlaps into autumn - the colours are a perfect match with a lingering taste of summer.
They certainly are, and I am quite happy about that.
Those strawberries look amazing! You have to tell me which variety they are!The art looks wonderful... bunting?Wishing you many more wonderful fall days! xo
They are so good Yanic, and so very sweet! I wish I could remember, but I don't. They are an everbearing variety though, which means they produce fruit in June and September. I think everyone should plant everbearing :)Yes, we made a lovely apple print bunting. So much fun, and Reece and his little friend love seeing the star in the apple.Thanks my friend, you too! xo
doh, I forgot this again! :) Love these photos... we've never done apple prints. We'll have to try them. What kind of paint did you use?
Haha, no worries, I am here every week :) And feel free to do it on a different day and come back and link up.We used acrylic paint. I gave the kids a little paint and a brush, they brushed the paint on and then made a print. We did it on individual pieces of cloth and then I had them string them to make a banner. It is hanging behind the fire, and looks awesome.There is a great story as well, about how the apple got its star. We tell the story, then cut the apple to reveal the star. Always so much fun!Enjoy!
yum, fun and yum!!
It definitely was that kinda day :)
mmm, your home always looks so tasty. Just look at those strawberries and so late in the year! We roasted apples this past weekend. The oven baked is good, but there is something about an open flame that can't be duplicated. Be well.
Awe, thanks! You are right, anything cooked over the fire is just so wonderful. xo
Ah, fall. The time to go apple picking. We went a couple of weekends ago, but, with all the pies, crisps, and apple sauce that my wife has been making we may have to go back an pick another bushel. Looks like you had a lovely day Kim. Like these morning, noon, night posts.
Things sound pretty yummy at your home :)Yes, it was a lovely day. Glad you are enjoying these posts, feel free to play long sometime.
Those strawberries make my mouth water! Yummy!
Wish I could send you some my friend. xo