Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Autumn

 The last of my Autumn Colour with this beauty.  All the leaves almost gone now

 Miss Flowergarden Year 12 Dress-up Dance
 A Sim?
 Clever!
 Guess who won best costume?!
 Been getting colder here - so been knitting some hats for my boys
 First one too small (green) so I tried a bigger one (red)
2nd term off to a good start

8 comments:

FlowerLady Lorraine said...

What vibrant oranges for autumn color.

Here you are at the start of cooler weather, knitting hats, and here it is feeling like summer, with a short spring.

Have a good day ~ FlowerLady

apiecefullife said...

Yes beautiful Autumn, already.
Love the beanies. Pattern?

Sue said...

Lovely hats, Miss year 12 looking excellent in dress ups, not sure what a sim is though?

Jan said...

Autumn is my favourite season in Ballarat - not too cold and the colours are so beautiful.

Chookyblue...... said...

gorgeous autumn colour..........

JB said...

We have no autumn colour here. Lots of mud and a flush of Salvias.
I am busy trying to plant all my bulbs and looking forward to Spring. Lighting the fire every day now.

Linda said...

Beautiful Autumn photos, and I love the hats as well! :)

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