Dies R Us Challenge #36: Fall


Dies R Us is back with a new challenge, Fall! Fall is so many things to so many people. Where I live, in the deep Southern U.S., the glorious flaming colors are a a bit rare. Where I grew up, not far from the Canadian border, there were two colors of winter, white and stick! But with our warm weather, many trees keep their green leaves all season. Some leaves just sort of shrink and shrivel up a little, or just turn brown, and hang on until a big rainstorm blows them away. So our fall colors are really quite tame, but pretty in their own way.


This is my interpretation of Fall! Even the scarf is a bit much–it’s 76 degrees now and going to hit 80 by 1:00pm! All the rain we’ve had lately has caused the humidity to skyrocket, and we had to put the air back on yesterday, because the house was so hot! But it is perfect SEC college football weather! Roll Tide!

You can head on over to the Dies R Us Blog and share your Fall inspiration right here: http://diesruschallenge.blogspot.com/2015/11/challenge-36-fall.html

Thanks for joining me today!

Live your life in color!



6 thoughts on “Dies R Us Challenge #36: Fall

  1. Darlene Pavlick says:

    WOW you poor thing … you really need to come a little further north next year and see all the glorious Fall colors! Thanks for your story and I LOVE your interpretation since it really fits what YOU think of when you hear the word Fall. Cute, cute design … and I love the scarf on the deer! GREAT JOB!!
    Thanks so much for playing in our ‘FALL’ challenge at Dies R Us! Please come back again soon!

    Darlene (DRU Blog Leader)

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