Well Hello Autumn Morning,
Yesterday we all got up early to go to the 9:30 service at our church and when we open the garage door the crisp autumn air hit. It was 50 degrees and raining. It was wonderful! I put on a chunky cardigan and grabbed one of my cozy scarfs and beautiful brooch and just grinned at my husband who just shook his head. He hates the cold....
I have started transitioning our home and my clothes over to welcome in the changing trees and cooler weather. Last weekend I changed my bright pink and lavender wreath over to the wreath above. I love it and think that it adds just enough to our porch.
I pulled out my faux light blue and white pumpkins and moved my mandeville over and placed it on the blue and white stool. Love the way that looks!
I also pulled out my pillows and placed them on the chairs. You can see my noisy dogs in the window. They are always watching what I do.
This is what the other side of the pillow says. I try to remind myself of that every day.
Now is the time to start swapping over my shoes. Sorry for the mess, but this is just a glimpse of what I do when seasons change.
I actually wore these to church on Sunday morning. A little glitter never hurt anyone!
I've been looking at my faux fur scarves and trying to determine what I can wear now and what can wait. We have a few days this week where the low will be around 40 degrees!
Love my pink blush scarves!
Ann Taylor Orange tote (Poshmark find)
Time to pull this out. It is the perfect orange for the season.
I also took a look at all of my cardigans. I have A LOT of cardigans. I don't know why but they are my favorite thing to buy.
It was also nice to have a hot cup of tea on Sunday. I sat down and watched the Phantom of the Opera on Netflix. It was free so I had to take a chance. It was wonderful! I watched the 2004 version with Gerard Butler whom I thought did a nice job.
Well, I hope you all are receiving cooler weather in your parts of the world. I particularly enjoy this time of year. Let the reign of pumpkin spice begin!
Thanks for reading!
(photos via Mrs. Shockley)