Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Definitive sign of fall

Each year the girls clog at our area's fall festival. 

The dancing.  The food.  The crafts.  The music. 

These things are a definitive sign of fall in our neck of the woods.  And this family looks forward to it much like an anticipated sequel to a favorite book. 

It means that we can put away the flip flops and dig out the sweatshirts. Request hot chocolate at the breakfast table and a campfire in the evening. See our yard fill up with leaves and bid adieu to the hummingbirds.

Quilts from the festival barn rafters + girls on the clogging stage = fall.

At last.



Jacque. said...

{sigh} Wonderful.

(Still no elk.)

Leslie said...

what a perfect picture..i love that you could get the girls in as well as the quilts.

BaileyGirl5 said...

How beautiful! Sounds like such a happy place and time.

Where are those quilts from? Any of yours up there?

maggiegracecreates said...

Dana - I will be at the festival on Saturday. I have been a long time reader of yours and will be hooking up with Tipper from the Blind Pig and the Acorn blog. What time are your girls performing?

Dena said...

I want to live in your world. It sounds like a wonderful place. Enjoy it all.

**nicke... said...

how beautiful! i hope you have a fantastic time with your cloggers! so sweet. my little one has dance class and it is so fun to see her dance. side note...where do you live?

Page said...

Sounds wonderful. Where I live we have very few signs of fall. It's still reaching 100 or close to it most days. I'm ready for fall. Using my fall candles and hoping for cooler weather soon.

Kim said...

You certainly have made a wonderful life for you and yours :0).
I hope you make another clogging video for us this year so we can see the girls huge smiles!
(I had to look back at the last time you locked your family out of the car to see them dancing.....Razor has the biggest smile on his face!)

Happy sewing

Ullan tilkut said...

Hi! Greetings from Finland!! Thank you very much for showing the pictures and for your interesting blog! I love to find other quilters from ohter countries. :)