From suburban lawn to backyard homestead…with ducks. A journal by Lori Fontanes
Leaves are *not* the enemy. Really.
Copyright 2014, Lori Fontanes
autumn, back-to-nature, environment, home, living in suburbia, nature, organic gardening, outdoors, photography, seasons
November 19, 2014
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Gorgeous, gorgeous, gorgeous!
Aw, thanks! The trees did all the work!!!
They may come in peace, and they are every so beautiful, but there are too many of them. 🙂
Ah, Judy, stay with me & I’ll take up that question in a post coming soon! (But I hear ya!!!) Thx for the follow!!!
oh my sooooo pretty…but mine is covered in snow!
Robbie, I am soooo sorry! (I know our time is coming, tho. Maybe not until January but we’re preparing for the worst, just in case.) Stay warm, sweetie!!!
Leaves are “not” the enemy. I love fall leaves and always hate it when they are swept up too soon.
I know, right?! 🙂
These are beautiful!
Thanks! As of today, they are mostly gone. We got a cold snap last week and I expect we are seeing the last of the colorful leaves.
Beautiful–I love leaves, and they make such great mulch in the garden!
You got it, girl! (More on that story, to come…)
I will try to remember that every time I see my leaf-covered lawn. With both of us unwell, raking leaves is one of the many things we had to give up this fall.
You guys rest. Mother Nature will handle it. 🙂
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