Last week, I had shown you some autumn tablescape that I was able to capture from years past (click on link to see more shots):
Earlier this week on my cleaning day, I captured a few more shots. This time with more of a “blogger’s” perspective (click on link to see more shots):
And my camera battery went dead right about that time. So, here are the rest of what I put up from my cleaning day:
I have to tell you a little about these candles. I had gotten these candles probably seven years ago for about $0.15 each. And I have used them every year for the fall season since – they still smell wonderful whenever I bring them out. They were very inexpensive, but they have become part of my fall tradition:
This is another floral arrangement I did a few years ago, and have always dragged out for display in the fall. This year, I have displayed it with an oil painting of Tuscany as a backdrop. I also mixed in an old pair of gilded birds, shiny and tarnished silver pieces and some other greenery:
I happened to have a tube of lotion with orange packaging — how is that for details?! :)
Thank you for coming to my show and tell today. Do leave me a comment to let me know you have dropped be so that I can visit you! I hope you have a beautiful weekend, my bloggy friends.
My candles remind me of one of my favorite William Bradford quotes:
“Thus of out small beginnings, greater things have grown by His hand Who made all things out of nothing, and gives being to all things that are; and as one small candle may light a thousand, so the light enkindled here has shone to many, yea, in a sense our whole nation; let the glorious name of Jehovah have all the praise.”
And to that I say “Amen, and Amen”!