Saturday, September 12, 2015

Its Time to Be a Busy Bee

Autumn is fast approaching and it is time to squeeze in the last of summer time activities, especially outdoor activities since Fall weather may require time spent inside canning and freezing the last of the garden harvest. It may be time to stack outside the winter collection of split firewood.  Most likely a huge pile of cut wood pieces for a long and cold winter.   It may also be the time to bring out all of the beautiful Autumn decorations for inside and outside.  The beautiful orange pumpkins, golden mums, baskets of red and aromatic apples.  Visits to the apple and pumpkins farms are also a must at this time.  There is nothing like having a freezer stored up with frozen pumpkin puree for all of the winter's pumpkin pancake breakfasts and delightful pumpkin sweet breads in the cold winter evenings.

As you can see September can be a busy time before the colors of the leaves change and days get cooler and shorter.  It always reminds me of the saying, "busy as a bee."  So in keeping with that thought, I created this week's tablescape, Its Time To Be a Busy Bee.  So buzz around, say goodbye to summer and welcome in the colorful Autumn.  I hope you will enjoy it.





















9 comments:

  1. Beautiful...a real "honey" of a table! Those bee plates are so cute...love it all...

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  2. Beautiful table. Wonderful pics, too.

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    1. Thank you Donna. Now its time to serve up some of those honey cakes.

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  3. So pretty! I love yellow and black together!

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  4. Your tablescape is beeautiful!! :) Love the theme! Everything is perfect!

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  5. Stunning tablescape! The black and white with the pops of yellow is a striking combination. Love how you got the ideas from bees.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  6. Really pretty table!! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!

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  7. Everything is so pretty! I love the black, white, and yellow color scheme. The bees look right at home on the chocolates in the yellow desert cups. Gorgeous!!!

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