Friday, December 01, 2006

*For Susan*...The Last of Southern Ontario Fall Colors...

Two weeks ago I wandered the palace yards hoping to find at least a few more colors of fall and this is what I found.

Indeed.... although the grounds were barren, I DID manage to get a few colorful pictures.

These photos, I am dedicating to my California friend Susan of "Susan's Blog".
I hope you will enjoy these!

Now on to another posting!


Susan Adams said...

Miss Terry,
Miss Susan will enjoy these last of Fall pictures because there's certainly not a Fall in Southern Cal. Wess and I lived there for four years and I loved the weather. (except the snog) I could garden year round without a winter vacation. We are away from the cabin again and I can only download our mail so I will use this way to say I'm glad to hear you have received Wess' CD. Also glad to hear Granpa Yoder likes it and you as well.
With the Joy of Jesus Inside,
Susan Adams

It's a FLIP-FLOP World said...

I see you don't have snow yet!! My daughter and her family that live in Northern Illinois have a LOT of snow today!! I love the last of your colorful pictures! Have a great weekend...SAndy

jel said...

cool pics Terry,
hope you all are well! :)

Noel Lewis said...

As usual, one or some of your pics have found their way as my desktop background.
Hope all is well.

dRaGoNfLy WiNgS said...

Hi Terry,

Thanks for your comments on my posts. Will gladly trade countries with you. ;) Meantime, i'll just have to settle for your lovely photos.

Have a blessed week!

Anonymous said...

Lovely pics Terry as always!!! Love from, Jessica and Ty

Saija said...

love as always ...
i guess the snow pics aren't far behind? :o)

Wendy WaterBirde said...

More "love letters from God", you seem to have a real gift for sharing them: )

Anonymous said...

Hi Terry! I didn't realize how long it had been since I had commented! :O I always check in--every day--but just forgot to comment I guess. These pictures are so nice--my favorites are the third one down from the top, and then the bottom three.


Terry said...

Thanks Morgan Denise!!!Love Terry

C. H. Green said...

Great pics!

Jammie J. said...

These are really beautiful. :)

Mrs. Mac said...

Your photos are full of warmth and sunshine to brighten a cold winter's day. Thanks for sharing. Praying all is well with you and your nice family.

Maggie Ann said...

Dear Terry, I always enjoy your pictures. You are gifted with photography. Thanks for coming by to visit me...I've been super busy lately, you know how it goes. How are you doing? I hope your pc is back to where you want it to be. I'm taking a much needed break from the ironing right now! Warmest wishs for a Blessed & happy Christmas to you & your family. The time if passing by so quickly...Christmas Day will be here before we know it!

susanwalkergirl said...

Miss Terry...thank you so much for sharing the last bit of autumn...a Canadian Autumn. One day...I would love to visit your beautiful country.

But I must say...after looking at your Christmas pictures...I eagerly look forward to celebrating the Christmas holiday with a few trips to your blog.

I thought of you a was looking at some Christmas movies and came across one "An Avonlea Christmas". Not only a fan of the Anne of Green Gables books...but I also loved the Disney series Avonlea.

You are a sweet kindred spirit. Lord's blessings to you.


Terry said...

Dear Susan...How nice of you to visit!
I am glad that you liked the pictures,

Yes I surely do love the Avonlea stories. Every day for about four years they were on one of our Canadian channels and I used to tape them all. I think I just about have the whole series.
The stories are so down to earth, warm, homey and as Marilla would say "wholesome".

Today at Katy's, the trees on the lake shore all had roots that were frozen solid.
Although we have had snow, it has quickly melted and the grass is still green here in Southern Ontario..
Have a great weekend Susan... Love Terry

susanwalkergirl said...

My Kindred Spirit...dear Terry.

You stay bundled up as winter fast approaches. Thank you dear one for sharing.

The only problem I run in to is deciding which one I like best.

Be well...Susan