I like so many of you bloggers am anxious to
get going on Christmas. I have to admit that
I put my tree up before we left for Cabo for
Thanksgiving. I like to come home to some of
it done. Growing up Mom didn't do a lot of
decorating and we didn't do the tree until a week
before Christmas as they left it up until my
birthday in January, two weeks after Christmas.
I like to get it up right after Thanksgiving so it
will be a busy week when we get home.
This post is a great transition from Fall
to Christmas as the colors just scream Christmas.
Mother Nature is such a fabulous decorator!
I am helping a friend do some redecorating. As I
walked up to her house, I couldn't believe the gorgeous
color of these leaves littering the ground and the bushes.
I don't think I had ever seen such crimson leaves.
Good thing I had my camera with me.
The red of these leaves after a rain were absolutely stunning.
The red against the green was breathtaking. It almost looked like
a poinsettia bush.
The gorgeous shade of red covered the walkway.
Two trees flank her walkway. They had spread their fabulous
bounty on both sides and across your path.
This is Fall in all of her splendor transitioning into Winter.
There were still plenty of leaves in the trees too.
I loved the rain all over the leaves. It just accented the leaves like
Mother Nature's jewels.
One perfect raindrop ready to fall. Enjoy the jewels of
beautiful Mother Nature.
Now she has moved on to the beautiful crystals of snow! Fall doesn't last long enough.
I will be posting this on Seasonal Sundays.
I will also be posting on Outdoor Wednesdays.