I wish you a happy November morning digging in the dirt and bringing beauty in your flower beds. I hope you didn't have all the strong winds that we did last night. It was a bad night for trick-or-treaters here and I understand they'll be out again tonight to make up for it!
Yes I heard about that wow..I hope they get their treats..
lovely time spent on a November morning....beautiful pictures too! Enjoy the day and weekend!
Oh I wish you had your state in your Profile "About Me" as I'm jealous of your tropical plants in your yard... and I know you can't live in a cold place.. your garden is gorgeous, good for you!! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)
Teresa I live in South Texas. As far south as you can get..near the border of Mexico ..to be exact 10 min drive..if you are ever in this area I'd love to show you around..
I can't find my dirt for the fallin' leaves! Play for me until I can do it again in the spring. Got lots of raking to do in the next week or so and stuff to put away. Things are going to sleep here on the prairie.
Oh so sorry Tete! I hate raking no fun!
Your therapy produces beautiful results! Such a lovely area to behold...you definitely have a green thumb, Marissa!
Thank you Melinda!
I am with you!!! I love being outside! I think it's great therapy! Big Hugs ;o)
Absolutely beautiful! So neat I am so impressed, you are an inspiration to me!
Oh what a mice thing to say
You are blessed to live in an area where you can still plant in Nov. I get my peace and quiet from the mountains or from sewing. So glad you have found your creative outlet. Sending big hugs your way today.Noreen
Thank you Noreen
Thanks for popping by my blog for a visit, and I'm sorry if the squirrel mug shot made you spill coffee. LOLMy dirt therapy is at an end, the spring bulbs are planted and there is no more playing to be done. It then becomes dream therapy, making plans for when the snow is gone.
Oh I can't wait to see your spring bulbs!
I would have to agree with you. There is a good feeling while planting something pretty and then taking care of it. Although, I do like to shop too. LOL! Your pansies are so pretty. They're one of my favorite flowers.
Yes they do well here in the fall
Our dirt will be frozen soon! So lucky you can still garden in November. Laura
What a beautiful garden you have. I need to get out in mine and "put it to sleep" for the winter. Maybe I can get to that this weekend.
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