ruby tuesday on a monday...tomorrow i will be very busy packing for a trip to the united states..betty and rachel and i will be heading out to michagan to visit some kindrid spirits.
i decided to take a few photos of our garden before the trip..the cold weather is already beginning and so i fear that the flowers will be pretty well gone away for the fall and won't be coming back for a few months.
this will be the last pretty flower to be showing her little head!
the burning bushes are still shimmering in their ruby glory and i am sure they will be sticking around for a few more weeks.
the big blue sunday school van offered to take bernie and me for a tour of the city and allow us to take some autumn pictures, but before we left there was something for us to do....
with the cool weather coming on us so fast, bernie felt we had better get the indoor plants from off of the veranda and put them where they belonged ...in a warm house..alas though!...their spaces have been loaded with so much junk which needs to be cleared out..so in the meantime, their temporary dwelling must be in the bathtub!
the little red car had its nose all out of join again!...after all wasn't it his job to be escorting the mr and mrs. around town...that blue sunday school van was getting way too forward these days!....oh lonesome me!
although many of the trees in the niagara penicular are still wearing their spring coats, we did see the wonderful red clothed tree...perfect for a ruby tuesday!
this fence in a backyard of a store is a pretty sight with the fall foilage..fall colours and clinging vines that beautify even the decrepit fence and old tires!
on our way to see some city gardens, we saw this silver stream..
and these spring? dandelions!....
and how sad...a fallen leaf, with its face smothered in the ground..
the fall trees surrounding the gardens seem to be saying so long to the lovely flowers but it seems that the flowers are defying the trees and telling them that it is NOT over yet!
the big blue van took us to one more spot before delivering us safely home...the pumpkins are very small this year but it was still worth while taking a few photo shots of them.
now this is as mrs. mac calls him" that bernie fella" will be waitng at home for me!...i just hope he and the little red car stay out of trouble![yeh sure!]
Happy ruby tuesday everybody and happy thanksgiving day!!...love terry
I grew up in a family of nine children and each week my mother didn't just send us to Sunday School,she came with us.
We heard the gospel week after week from the year 1956 but were not saved until 1967.
The summer of 1967 my mother,my sister, Betty and I were all gloriously saved.
From that year until now several of my brothers and sisters were saved, but my dad still remains on the outside.
It has been our prayer that he will be saved soon and then the family circle will be unbroken and we will all be on our way to heaven where we will meet the Lord and see our brother, David who has gone on before.