Thursday, September 30, 2010

Autumn Picnic Time:)

Hello Darlin Dears, is planting time here at Early Bird Acres....the wheat is going in the ground and in a few weeks, the cotton shall be harvested :) This is also one of my favorite times to fall asleep under trees:) Yes, In the spring I enjoy walking the meadow and witnessing all that is new, but the perfect warm swells and cool breeze of the lovely Indian summer make for a perfect picnic under the trees:)

I often will grab a couple of my quilts and a pillow, then curl up into a tired nest and fall asleep in the mid day:) Wake up to a canopy of trees and the sun saying "So...what kind of dreams did you have? Do you feel like baking a pie now...if so....I will try my hardest to light your kitchen just so.....give it that certain je ne sais quoi that makes you smile and sing Disney songs"...

Isn't every day like this though....

But...I had a lovely time these last two days on picnics under my pecan trees:)

Here is a video of one of them:)

Note: My polaroid camera... I am a proud user of polaroids from The Impossible Project :) I find their ghost like images they produce very lovely:) Many of my latest polaroids will be used in a project for next spring:)

Here is Rosie, who joined me on both days:)

She has been spending more and more time at my little cottage:) She now begs to sleep inside almost every night....

oohhhhh that little cutie pie:)

Here is my outfit from the first day:)

I know..I look like a rag-a-muffin..... mostly because my hair kept getting caught in the pecan tree branches:)

Also..hence... the next 2 self portraits :)

The hair is everywhere....especially in the back of my donkey fred also tried to eat it:)

Also....I have some interesting news to inform you about next Tuesday my darlin dears...very interesting news:)

Kind of a big deal for my brain and all things Early Bird Acres:)

Welllllll...i wish you all a lovely rest of the week and i send all of my cotton tail love your lovely way:)

Cheers, Beards & Fred

Miss Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb


Maile said...

I am so jealous of your dutch braiding abilities! SO CUTE. I wish I could do it to my own hair!

Samantha Joelle Honey Lamb said...

Maile:)-oohhhh it is note hard at all...the trick is to pin the braid back into your hair after you are done making it, and then with your fingers, pull the braid wider so it looks bigger:)