Tuesday, October 29, 2013

The 'Frost Faeries' passed by...

This morning (Tues.) the barometer is all the way up in Fair.  It's been rising and rising, and clear sky last night....
 
So yesterday, I took some photos of the flowers, which were still blooming........  

And this morning, this is what greeted me...

Poor fallen Cosmos...

And a fuzzy pic of frost...  Yes, the Frost Faeries were about last night.

But in photos, we still have memories of wee little Moss Roses, hanging-on until the last...

But inside, the little "Ghost House" is happy still.

"The Ghost House" is the favorite, of our 3 year old next-door Grandson.  It's mine tooooo, and has been, for years and years.  He also loves the "Candy Corn" lights.  :-)  
Since he's too heavy for me to lift up, to see the mantle up-close, I took down each "Happy Witch" at a time, and showed them to him.  No ugly, icky, mad, not cute Witches in 'Nana's' decorations.  Only cute ones!!!
 








7 comments:

Gayla said...

Oh, those frosty faeries! They can do a number on flowers! Love your decorations!

Marilyn said...

Love the decorations. My little grandson of 1 year likes to look now, but not too sure of the little black cat that screams. Too scary.
Yes, my photo is red, white, and blue, smiling! Thanks for noticing!
Oh and I am always sad when the first frost comes, though the crystals of frost are so pretty. Our weather man predicted a first frost this morning, but I think we are OK.

NanaDiana said...

Don't you love how much the grandkids enjoy things you do for them? I bet he was just delighted to see each witch up close.

Our flowers are all gone here, too. Sad- I love Fall but don't like winter at all-

LOVE your little Halloween house! xo Diana

Sylvia said...

Jack Frost has visited my place also Tessa! Love your photo's, the leaves are really pretty. Thanks for stopping by and leaving your sweet comment. There has been times that I wanted to email you privitely but you have a "no-reply" on your blog. Have a good and blessed day.
Your friend,
Sylvia

Storybook Woods said...

They have pasted our way too. It really feels like fall now. Beautiful photos. Clarice

Penelope's Beehive said...

Twas a frosty night hereabouts as well. Wintertime is scratching at the door surely.
Wishing you a splendid All Hallows' Eve!
Warmly,
Judy

DogsMom said...

You do still have some beautiful flowers, even the poor Cosmos whose beauty has not yet faded.

I like the look of beginner frost in the morning, which fades soon after daylight.

It is the bitter winds that gain strength that get me a bit down.

I can not deny the beauty of autumn.