Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Garden Tuesday: Natasha Says,,,

Yes, I know it's Wednesday.  Tuesday escaped from me while I was making other plans.

Natasha was here this weekend, and went outside to find the fall colors.

OK, so maybe she was in search of a nice soft spot in the grass, so she could roll around.  Or she could have been chasing her tennis ball.  You never can tell with dogs.

How are your fall colors?


~~louise~~ said...

Hi Marjie!
So, you got Natasha back! She looks like she may be contemplating just about anything. The tennis ball notion reminds me of Michele's labs. Oh they do love those tennis balls. Iggy not so much.

The days are escaping me to this week but I was delighted to hear John tell me Iggy will be visiting next Wednesday for an over night. I told him he had better bring me a box of treats instead of a few measly pieces. Of course he thinks I'm spoiling him. Yes I am!!!

Your Fall colors still look vivid. Ours are fading as are the leaves falling pretty quickly. I guess we have snow in the forecast for the weekend. UG!

I'm glad to see Natasha, I hope she comes more often:)

Catherine said...

Dear Marjie,
Such a beautiful dog.
The fall colors are leaving quickly. We are supposed to have snow this weekend. It seems like the seasons are moving so quickly. Catherine

Two French Bulldogs said...

Natasha you sure are beautiful
Lily & Edward

altadenahiker said...

What a lovely scene.

Pam said...

She is a seriously beautiful dog! Oregon is amazing in the fall. The colors are vibrant and stunning.

SissySees said...

Our colors are a bit weak and muted, but still soothing and cheerful. Natasha is quite a regal, elegant creature.

grace said...

we're finally getting a little color in charlotte, but nothing like what i'm used to seeing. i can be patient. :)

Dexter said...

Our foliage was a bit spotty this year. Now I'll settle for the leaves to just drop already so that we can do our fall cleanup.

Mango Momma

kathy b said...

They were long lasting this year. We still have some leaves on the trees after a windy Halloween. I m hanging on to any bit of color left