The colorful autumn days have come and gone so quickly this year. We are now coated in heavy white snow, but here is a collection of autumn pictures from Penny’s adventures in the last month or so. It is so fun to be reviewing these now. Happy, thankful days.
Today, I’ll take you on one of my walks with Gracie out behind the farm. We walked down this path, along with a little mud and a lot of sunshine. We like to go exploring in the woods. Anyone down inside this hollow log? Hello??
A mossy log is so enchanting. This is a good spot to sit, be quiet awhile, and think.
What a perfect shape and color of beauty.
Our dog, Gracie, loves to go for walks or fetch a ball. Outdoors is her favorite place to be and her tail wags the entire time we are out walking. So many things to explore and discover!
My brother grows lots of pumpkins, so we enjoy their cheery presence around the farm.
Here is one of the pallets where they sit for sale out by the road.
Rainy autumn days are delightful too, I like the character of the trunk of this maple tree contrasting with its golden leaves.
What is so fascinating about autumn puddles? There is a restful stillness of leaves lying here.
Gentle rain patters on these red leaves. Its almost like music to hear the rain fall.
Chilly days call for baking time; and so we’ll set about making pies. Grab an apron, Penny! Roll the dough!
This one is a cherry pie. Dusty Penny stands back to survey her labors. It is now ready for the oven.
The pumpkin pies will get an extra fancy touch of decoration this time, so we cut out leaves from the left over pie dough. I must say, Penny, you are making quite a mess!
Oh, but isn’t it worth it? Look at that beauty.
When all is finished and cleaned up, Penny gets to sample her very own mini piece of pumpkin pie. Made from our very own pumpkins, I might add. So yummy! (I ate some too.)
We celebrated Thanksgiving with so many things to be grateful for. Our God is good. I have enjoyed reviewing Ann Voskamp’s popular book, One Thousand Gifts, during this season. Don’t we often get stuck on our disappointments and stresses and forget to take time to focus on God’s goodness? When we accept whatever He sends with open arms, it transforms our thinking. May His love shine in your heart and bring joy and freedom today.
Penny sure has a nice farm to explore in the Fall. It looks like she is a great baker as well. Gracie is enjoying the sights and sounds as well. Thank you for your message Becky, you are a delight to read. Blessings to you and your family. I found your site last month and so enjoyed reading about Penny and your large family. I think it is beautiful how God has used you and your gifts for his glory. Merry CHRISTmas from NW Pennsylvania.
How special to hear from you, Debbie. I’m glad we could connect! I’m sure your home in PA is lovely this time of year too. Thank you so much for writing. Many wishes for a Christ-filled Chritmas to you – from Penny, Gracie, my family and I.