Sunday, October 31, 2010

Halloween Sunday!

It was a beautiful Halloween afternoon...
Perfect for reading or Hammock napping!
Can you guess which one I did?
It's such a comfy, peaceful spot here by the creek...
 Therefore, I can hardly be blamed for snuggling in, and drifting off to sweet
sounds of birds and the silly squirrels rustling around in the fallen leaves 
 I love this view!
It's a good way to spend an afternoon...
Doin' nothing!
Appears that while I napped, someone changed all
the pathway light bulbs to amber... He's such a kid!
Happy Halloween!


  1. I love the pictures of your backyard. It looks so beautiful! And it really was a perfect day to nap outside under a blanket :) Happy Halloween!!

  2. I can't think of a better place to be on a crisp fall afternoon for a lovely couple spending quiet time together.

  3. Happy Halloween to you too my dear friend. I hope you got all treats and no tricks ;)

  4. Looks like a beautiful day! Your hammock looks like the place to be! Happy Halloween :)

  5. Oh that's exactly what I want to be doing tomorrow!
    I wish that I didn't have to wake up at 5:30 and get ready for work... Dang ...

    But our hammock is still outside :o)
    If we have a little warm weather this week... I think I'll take a few more restful moments on it before we pack it away for the winter.
    Wishing you a grand week, Janet!

  6. Sweet sweet Girl!
    ONLY you!
    Only you would have a HAMMOCK that cozy and comfy!
    Your world is magical!
    I love it!

  7. That makes me miss my hammock! It broke last Summer and we never replaced it. I will not be without one come 2011.

  8. Thank you for your sweet comments!

    My hammock is made extra comfy and cozy by the down comforter I use in it. The duvet cover on it belonged to my dear Oma. It was on her bed the day she passed away following a Sunday afternoon stroll with family in 1990.

    I asked my mom to bring me whatever was on Oma's bed. I cherish this duvet and another blanket my mom also brought back.

    Sweeter naps cannot be found than those I take wrapped up in my Oma's bedding!


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