A Pumpkiny Post

Pumpkins

I’ve been busy.

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In a relaxed sort of way.

Doing what I like; liking what I do.

Autumn

The honor-system, money-bucket on the tailgate has worked well.

Fall_DecoratingI’ve also had time to meet neighbors, visit with friends

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and observe what people like.

Picking_PumpkinsFriends & Family.

Family & Friends.

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Love them.

Love this life.

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I didn’t even realize how much I missed Abigail until she came back.  She still likes a daily back scratch.  She should calve in May 2015.

I hope the ornamental corn is ready to harvest today or tomorrow.  Apparently, it isn’t politically correct to call it Indian corn?  I plan to bundle it and add it to the road-side market.  It only did so-so  We’ll see what I get.  I’ll take pictures and post.

Friends, I hope you are enjoying the start to a beautiful fall season.

Prayers for farm safety!

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About Marla Rose

This blog documents country life in central Illinois with lots of pictures, and various other ideas/adventures that come my way. My hope is to make you laugh (or at least smile) and appreciate this life!
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13 Responses to A Pumpkiny Post

  1. dayphoto says:

    I want the donkey…can you pop him in my truck please!!! HAHAHAH

    Linda
    http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

  2. Dianna says:

    Precious pictures of those little ones….and of course, all your four-legged friends! I’m starting to get in the fall mood – ready to buy some pumpkins, gourds, etc!

  3. debweeks says:

    How long does it take to get from Mattoon to your house? We’re going to be there tomorrow night thru Saturday and I would love to come buy some of those pumpkins. They look awesome!!!

    • Only about 30-40 minutes from Mattoon. You can message me on Facebook (Marla Eversole) if you need to. I will warn you, the pumpkin quantity is dwindling quickly; which, I guess, is a good thing! Sure wish I had more. I am working on picking the ornamental corn. I won’t be home this eve and am not sure about tomorrow yet, but the roadside display is available.

  4. pattisj says:

    Lots of nice pumpkins! Always good to see Happy. 🙂

  5. debweeks says:

    Don’t know if we’ll make it that direction or not, but your pumpkins look wonderful. Hope you are able to sell all of them.

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