Friday, September 18, 2015

Welcoming Fall....


....to our new home!

I presume you are stopping by from So Much Better With Age, since she is on the tour before me.  Doesn't she have a beautiful home?  Have you enjoyed all the homes on the tour?  I hope so!  They are all gorgeous!

We are finally "in" the new house and are working on getting settled.  I have also been frantically working on trying to get some fall decor in place for Brenda's Fall Home Tour!


I was absolutely thrilled when she asked me to join all of the other fabulous bloggers and be a part of this tour!  I've been excited for weeks...probably more excited than buying a new house!

Since we have been in limbo with the move, I don't have a lot of things to show, primarily because there is still a mess in every room of the house.  And, as much as I love the autumn season, I don't put out a lot of fall decorations until after Halloween.  I love decorating for Halloween and don't want to have to remove a lot of things to get ready for it.

I was going to hop all over the house with photos, but decided to do the right thing and start with the porch...


...better get a good look at those beautiful mums today because they will be dead tomorrow!  I just have that effect on plants....they die when they see me...it's just easier on both of us that way.

Since my stick purchases have turned into a running joke on the blog (and on Instagram...you can find me at ChasingQuaintness), I decided to show you the bookcase...


...with a cute little pumpkin that decided to nestle next to my pretty stick!

This is my desk...where I would write my blog if I had internet at home....


While it is not my dream office space yet, I hope that it will be one day in the near future!  I chose to decorate the desk with a small pumpkin and some vintage orange books.  One of those books even has the name of our son printed on it...


...I don't think it's about him though. ;-)  Oh, and his name is Stanton, not Cracker!

I have quite a bit of neutral color in the house.  This allows me to add pops of color for each season.  Just a few little pumpkin candles on the dining table...


...along with some colored napkins and a cute chair pillow.  I found the adorable fabric pumpkins at one of my favorite antique flea markets when we lived in Dallas.


These cute rain boots sit under the table in the entry and were a thrift store find....


...probably need a new pair soon, but they were perfect for some faux fall foliage...try saying that three times really fast!

This little guy has turned out to be my favorite...surprisingly.


Every part of the house is flooded with light, so my photos are a bit off.  We've promised the neighbors (and the construction workers) that we would have blinds very soon.  So far the only excitement they've seen is me washing dishes and having hot flashes!

That's all I've got for you today...I know, not as much as some of the other homes, but unpacking boxes is a full-time job and the elves are on strike!

I'm so glad you've stopped by and I hope you will visit again soon!  Be sure to visit the next home, Karla's Cottage!  You will love her home!

I will leave you with a few more photos...



...and a list of the homes for today!







Thank you again so much for stopping by!






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  1. Gorgeous! Love all of your fall touches but your boots are the best! Blessings, Cecilia

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    1. Thank you so much Cecilia! I am pretty fond of those boots, especially since they were so inexpensive and versatile to decorate with! Have a great day!

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  2. You've done a fabulous job putting together a fall tour as you've just recently moved. Your front entry looks so warm and inviting, and your new home is beautiful!!
    Mary Alice

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    1. Thank you so much Mary Alice. We are working hard to get things in place. Of course, once they are in place I will probably move them all around again! :-)

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  3. Wow, what you can do after moving two week's ago !! I love the porch and that wreath is killer.The frame's with THE white stick and one little white boo pumpkin, perfect.
    One of my favorite's is the Choc-Ola crate vignette . Desk area perfect, loving that lamp. I'm going to dig out some orange book's now !!
    Well, it's done and over and you pulled it off wonderfully, you can breath,EXHALE !!!!! Also loved the four picture's of vignette's at the end, your soooo good:)) Have a relaxing weekend and quit flashing the neighbor's and contractor's. Oh, that's right your having hot flashe's. You will receive so many more follower's after this tour and Rue's mention on her blog. Hate to share you, but everyone need's a little Benita in their life !!! Love and Hug's, TT p.s. if you water your mum's, they live longer. Haha

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    1. Girl, it has been busy, busy around our place. Thank you so much….the wreath is from Big Lots…who’d a thunk it??!! When I saw it, I knew it would be perfect for that chair! While that stick may be a running joke, I’m so glad I bought it.  It fits perfectly with those frames and that little pumpkin! You are so sweet! Thank you so much for your sweet encouragement and compliments! You are just too funny and I cannot tell you how much all of your support means to me!! I’m so glad we’ve become friends and enjoy all of our conversations!! The flashing will continue for a while, unfortunately, and I think my problem with plants is that I nurture them to death!! LOL Much love and hugs to you my sweet friend! Hope you have a fabulous weekend!! xoxo

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  4. Love what you have done, so far.

    Amazed that you can move house, and decorate for Autumn, at the same time!

    Love your *funnies* to pieces. You are so darn cute.

    Huggggies,
    Tessa

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    1. Thank you so much Tessa, you are so sweet! I was trying to keep the fall decor front and center in the pile of boxes so that I wouldn't have to dig for them later...LOL. Awww, thank you....much love and hugs back to you!!!

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  5. Girl, you are rocking fall at your house! I bow to you...you just got there. Where are the boxes?

    Love the light in your new house.

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    1. Thank you so much! We’ve been busy, that’s for sure!! All the boxes are strategically hidden behind chairs and in the upstairs bedrooms…you noticed there were no photos of those, right?! LOL Smoke and mirrors, honey, smoke and mirrors….that’s what photography is all about….LOL Hopefully we will get some blinds soon and I can wrangle some of that light down for photos! :-)

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  6. I can't believe how much you already have done with just moving in. Amazing.....it all looks so beautiful..I love those 3 white frames together, perfection. Great job on the home tour...love it! Have a great weekend. Talk soon!

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    1. There is still a lot that is not done! I didn't show the photos of that...that's why there aren't tons of pics of the house...too much stuff still piled around..LOL Thank you so much! I fell in love with those frames when I saw them...I have 2 more that go with them, but they wouldn't fit on the bookcase. Thank you again and I hope you have a great weekend as well! Hugs!!

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  7. Congratulations on your new home. Your photos are great! Your home is lovely. i really like the fabric pumpkins and the rainboots.

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    1. Sandy thank you so much! I love those pumpkins and hope to be able to make them one day. I just don’t know if I can bring myself to cut up an old chenille bedspread, which is what they are made of! Thank you again!

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  8. Good Morning Benita!
    Love your decorating style and crazy over those frames! Your dining area is already blooming with quaintness and charm-this new home is perfect for you! I am so thrilled that it is yours, and that you are settling in now. The light in your home is glorious and will be perfect for photos:)
    You are unstoppable, your cutie pie you!
    xo
    Jemma


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    1. I was going to say good morning but realized it is now late afternoon...I just don't know where the day went! :-) Thank you so much, I love those frames. The hubster doesn't understand empty frames...LOL We do love the house and it is just the right size...small, but not too small...has a little bit of a cottage feel to it. We are glad that all the uproar has settled down and that we can finally enjoy the house and finish the decorating. The light is great, but I need those blinds to help control some of it...the neighbors would say get them because we are tired of watching you have dinner every night...LOL. Thank you again so much and congratulations on that new baby!! Much love and hugs and hope to see you before too long!

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  9. Hey Benita sometimes less is more and your decor is gorgeous. Loved seeing the new dining area. So pretty.
    Kris

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    1. Thank you so much Kris! As soon as I can get all of the mess out of the way, I will post more photos…but right now…it’s pretty unsightly…LOL. Hope you have a fabulous weekend! Please let me know as soon as you guys hear something! Saying prayers for y’all!

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    1. Thank you so much Cindy! The boots and the deer head are pretty much my favorite things so far! I love the little silver, but there's just something about that deer head....LOL Hugs!!

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  11. You did a fantastic job, Benita, having just moved in a week ago! Heck, you did a great job PERIOD! Love your own special touches. The pumpkins from Dallas are so cute. If you've already gotten this far, won't be long till we'll be seeing a house that's already been turned into a home in a matter of weeks. Love ya, my friend!
    Brenda

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    1. Thank you so much Brenda and thank you for including me in this tour! I have enjoyed every minute of it and appreciate all of your work in getting it organized and keeping us on schedule! We are working to get other things in place over the next couple of weeks. I’m just ready to not look at boxes and stuff lying in the floor! :-) Thank you again for all of your support and encouragement…I’ve told you before you rock!! Love ya!!

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  12. LOVE IT. Can't wait to see it in PERSON soon! Love and miss you!
    Christie

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    1. Thank you so much! Can't wait to see you either...hoping to get the girls weekend pulled together for October! Love and miss you too!!

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  13. oh well done bean! well done!
    i know you haven't been reading the peanut very long... so you may not know that i'm a 'cosy minimalist.'
    i have always ascribed to the william morris quote... "have nothing in your home that you do not find useful or believe to be beautiful."
    i'd say you have lived up to that esteemed gentleman of taste.
    and i know you're expecting and anticipating BLINDS... but the very phrase ... "flooded with light" is so lovely!
    and i'm a stick lover too! all things natural.
    just exquisite.
    XOXO♥

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    1. Thank you so much, you are just so sweet and kind! We have tried to pare down considerably over the years because some things become unnecessary and are not useful anymore…and you just get tired of lugging the stuff around…LOL That is a wonderful quote and we do try to fill our home with things we love and that can serve several purposes…sometimes I stray. ;-)

      I wish that we didn’t have to have them because the light is wonderful in the mornings. Unfortunately, living in a neighborhood dictates that we have some modesty about us and put up blinds.

      I hope you are resting while reading these blog posts and taking care of yourself!! :-) Much love and hugs to you and feel better soon my sweet friend!!

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  14. For having just moved, and probably not totally settled in yet, you have everything looking quite festive already :)

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    1. Thank you so much Deb....we have been working hard to get things in place and ready for fall!

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  15. I used to have a stick just like that, and that deer head? Send him over to the cabin when you're ready for a change ;).

    Flooded with light is a good thing, but yes, it can be challenging for photos. You would think the opposite, right?

    You've created so many beautiful vignettes, I truly don't know where to begin, but how about those pretty copper accessories? Love!!

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    1. The hubster gave me a hard time over spending money on a stick, but I think it was money well spent! :-) The deer head is a first for me, but yes, when I'm ready to move on, I will send him your way! ;-) I love all of the light in the house, but just need to be able to control it for the photos...the blinds will help do that...and yes, you would think it would be a good thing...LOL Thank you so much! I think that copper is a wonderful fall color to work with! Hugs to you!!

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  16. Seriously? You are amazing!! Your fall decor is gorgeous and the house looks perfect! I love, love, love the sticks. They are the perfect accent. I hope you put your feet up every now and again and enjoy your fabulous space.

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    1. Thank you so much, you are just too sweet!! We are hoping to get some R&R time this weekend….hanging a few things on the walls, emptying a few more boxes and shoving all the rest in a closet! :-) Those sticks have turned out to be one of my best purchases…LOL

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  17. What a beautiful home!! Love all your fall touches!

    Kathy

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    1. Thank you so much! I just love your home also and think it is so beautiful!! Have a great weekend!

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  18. Great tour layout - come in thru the door past the lovely white chair, pumpkin and runner and the first and last thing I see is your magical white stick precariously perched on a sharp angled end. I pondered if this was wired to the frames then managed to pull myself away from this stick eye candy to take the rest of the tour. I settled on nope, no wires involved, it was just magic the same magic that brought us our first glimpse of your new house for a beautiful fall tour in 16 days since your possession! Me thinks you learned some tricks from the witches in Salem to pull this off in such short time!

    Be sure to kill you Mum plant before Halloween so you can claim it was intentional then spray paint it black to add some festive bleakness to my favorite holiday!

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    1. Kari, you are just so sweet and thank you so much! Nope, no wires, but I did consider it. :-) It is "precariously perched"...LOL My secret is being OCD and very "anal" about things...I just can't stand the mess and have been working to get things picked up and put away...the hubster thinks I'm fiend-ish, but he has called me a "witch" a couple of times...thinks I've got some wicked powers or something...LOL.

      What an awesome idea!! That is just wonderful and Halloween is our most favorite time also! We met at Halloween and wanted a Halloween wedding....having everyone come dressed in costume. But we chose an alternate date...July 4th. Not nearly as fun or interesting! :-) Hope you you have a great weekend!!

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  19. Thank you for sending people my way!

    I've loved your pops of color against the neutrals. Say hi to Cracker, I mean, Stanton, for me.

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    1. Ditto girl! I appreciate it greatly! It has been a fun week looking at all the beautiful homes and décor! Thank you so much, the neutrals just make it easy to add color and I like to change my mind a lot. :-) Will do...you are too funny! Have a great weekend!

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  20. Your home is lovely! Your fall details are fantastic!

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    1. Thank you so much Jennifer...I love your home as well!! I feel that decorating is usually all in the details! :-) Have a great weekend!

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  21. I love your neutral décor and you Fall items fit in so naturally. Love the frames and the orange books and the sticks! Beautiful sticks add so much charm.

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    1. Thank you so much AnnMarie! I’m so glad to know that I’m not the only one who thinks sticks can be pretty….when they are clean and stripped like these are, they just add a new dimension to an area! :-) I love vintage books and frames and seem to collect quite a bit of both of them! Hope you are having a great week and looking forward to a great weekend! Hugs!!

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  22. What you have done so far is amazing, Benita! I love the frames on the bookcase (and, of course, the stick!) Those rain boots are super cute with Fall decor in them, too. The orange books are fun, especially with your son's name on one. You're doing great with the unpacking...keep it up!!

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    1. Thank you so much Julie! That bookcase was a sale find at Hobby Lobby years ago and I've been lugging it all over the country...LOL. One of the doors is broken, but it still functions for me. I fell in love with the little boots when I saw them at the thrift store and didn't care that they were stained...just adds to their interest! :-) Vintage books are one of my weaknesses and I always bring some home with me...in all different colors because they are wonderful to decorate with! You are just too sweet and thank you again! Hugs!!

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  23. You have been busy, Benita! Your house is gorgeous! Your fall decorations are charming and beautiful and I love those sticks and those fabric pumpkins are really pretty! ;) I knew we were kindered spirits, I take one photo of a mum plant and the next day it dies. Definitely going to use it for Halloween! Those antlers, were they gold or did you paint them? Thank you for the tour, you did a fabulous job!

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    1. LOL…..you are too funny and yes we are!!! I think using the mums for Halloween is a great idea and that’s what I will save this one for. I don’t know why all plants die on me, but they do. Thank you so much….we’ve been laboring and I’ve been driving the hubster crazy with my “honey-do” lists…LOL. I bought them painted because I couldn’t find any that were bare. I would love to get some more and paint them bronze or something. Thank you again so much! Hope you have a wonderful weekend! HUGS!!

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  24. I love your home and the dining room so pretty, love the chairs!

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    1. Thank you so much Susan! That set was my Pier 1 splurge a few years ago. I added the 2 covers when we moved a couple of weeks ago just to set them off a little bit!

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  25. Oh my, I love all these details! So pretty!!
    Hugs, Jamie

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    1. Thank you Jamie! I loved your house…everything was so beautiful in the soft, muted, neutral colors! Hugs!!

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  26. I'm coming over for a Moscow Mule. Your home in lovely. Can'the wait to see the rest.

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    1. Lynne, I will it ready...just tell me when! :-) Thank you so much! Hopefully I can get the rest pulled together before too long! :-)

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  27. I'm loving all the soft neutral colors in your home! I may have to rethink my colorful fall displays next year (too late to do anything about them this year)!

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    1. I love the neutral colors because you can mix and blend....BUT, I love your fall decor and all of those lovely vintage treasures you have! AND those apples...YUM!! :-)

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  28. This is so pretty...I am a big fan of black and white with fall accents! Thank you for sharing!

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    1. Thank you so much! The black and white and neutrals does make it easy to add any type of color!

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  29. Your new home is looking wonderful! I really love all of the fall touches...especially the boots with the flowers! I just started to follow and I guess that's a good time than any to see how you decorate your new home. Best wishes!

    Jane x

    P.S Just posted my fall décor as well. :)

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    1. Thanks so much Jane! I appreciate it and thank you for following. I’m heading over to check out your blog as well!  I love being able to find new blogs to read and follow AND to get new ideas for décor!

      Your fall decorations are lovely and how awesome that you write for a newspaper……I think that must be loads of fun and interesting…well, except for those pesky deadlines!  Wonderful recipe you shared…see, I’ve already got some great ideas from your blog AND a new recipe also! If you make it to Nashville, let me know…I can meet you for lunch if you would like! I love meeting bloggers and chatting away....sometimes I’m too chatty, but that’s okay! :-) Hope your weekend is off to a great start and that you enjoy the rest of it! Hugs!!

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  30. Hi Benita! :)
    Wow, so pretty! I love your dark wood floors in the dining room and the contrast between the floor and your dining chairs. I love all the neutral, so pretty! And the antelope head too! Love!
    My favorite thing is your Choc-ola box, I've seen that before on your blog and love it!
    Your home looks very warm and inviting...can I come over? I see drink decanters! ;)
    I hear you on the mums...I bought mine a couple of weeks ago, too early, since it's been high 80's all week...they like sun, but not full sun and it's been too hot! I have been using my dead mums to decorate for Halloween for years now. I put the faux spider web stuff on them and stick a few plastic spiders in the web and it makes a great Halloween decoration on the front porch!
    Can't wait to see the rest of your home...but not before you take a well needed break!
    Hugs, Kimberley

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    1. Kimberley, thank you so much, you are so sweet!! The dark floors were one of the things that attracted us to this house. I knew they would work well with all of the white furniture pieces I had. When I first saw that box, I knew it would be coming home with me...it was just one of those things and has been so versatile for photos and for decorating! And yes, you are welcome to come over any time...I would enjoy it greatly! :-) Those decanters were empty, but have now been refilled! ;-)

      I'm really liking those mums for Halloween and am glad I have an alternate plan for them, rather than just throwing them in the trash when they die!! :-) I love all of the great ideas that get shared on blogs! Thank you again so much and yes, we are trying to take some breaks this weekend! Hope you are having a great one! Hugs!!!

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  31. Benita, love what you did to bring a little fall into your home (which looks lovely, by the way!). I don't get started on my fall decor (which is pretty minimal) till the end of September!

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    1. Amy, thank you so much! I am always hopeful that if I get started early, Mother Nature will cooperate as well and bring the cooler weather in! :-)

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  32. Benita,
    Is that a covered porch I see through the open door beyond the dining table? I love what I can see of it and can't wait 'til you show us more it. Sorry I got sidetracked from looking at your Fall decor. I'm impressed that you got beautiful touches of Fall together so soon after moving.

    Judith

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    1. Yes ma'am...it is definitely that! We are working on getting it screened in right now, so there is construction going on. I can't wait until the screening is finished and we can sit out there and relax for a bit! No problem at all....getting that porch screened has been a really big distraction for us as well! :-) Thank you so much! We have been working diligently to get things in order and settled!

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  33. You are amazing. Moving and no internet and getting this all done for us to enjoy. AMAZING!!
    I love the initials in your decorating. The R on the porch tablecloth is beautiful.
    Carla

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    1. Carla, you are so sweet! Thank you so very much! It has been a whirlwind, that’s for sure, but I have enjoyed it and it has forced me to get on the ball with getting those boxes unpacked! :-) Thank you again!

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  34. So pretty! Love the fabric pumpkins!

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    1. Thank you so much! Those little pumpkins were a great find and I've been hoping to be able to recreate them! :-)

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  35. Everything looks so pretty, it is hard to believe you've just moved.
    Amalia
    xo

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    1. Thank you so much! We were working hard to get a few things in place...I strategically took my photos so that I could miss all the boxes and debris in the floor! :-)

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  36. Now this is just too much fall cuteness for one home, from the adorable flea market pumpkins in the cool rustic crate, the pretty pillow, to the fabulous rainboots! :) Love it all! Congrats on your new home! You move quick with that unpacking and setting up your home! That might not be hot flashes you're having, but just plain sweat from all that hard work and effort! LOL! ...Thanks for visiting me and for the sweet comments left! I really do appreciate them! :) Rhonda

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    1. Thank you so much! And yes, there was a lot of sweat...LOL I told someone the other day that photos were all smoke and mirrors! You can stage your photos to miss all of the boxes and debris lying about...LOL. I am really enjoying your blog and you are quite welcome! Hugs!!

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  37. Here I am, Benita, showing up late for my fall tour but glad it's not so crowded and I can stay awhile.

    I love the bookcase, nice piece! I bet you really enjoy it. And the orange vintage books, check after I leave to be sure they're still there. Such a great fall pillow too! And those large windows with the wonderful light.

    I can't wait to see how you do Halloween, dear friend, and I'll be back then. Actually I'll be back way before then!

    Love you,
    Dewena
    P.S. Oh I love the copper mugs and pitcher! Benita, I sold a set of copper mugs in a yard sale years ago. Nobody told me that I would love them again someday. The things I regret having sold in yard sales--like a set of Fostoria amber mugs. Duh!

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    1. Awww, you are so sweet!! Thank you for all of your sweet compliments! We love Halloween and really enjoy decorating for the fun! I’m glad you were able to visit but do hope you are getting some rest and recovering! I so enjoyed talking to you on Friday! I found the little copper pitcher at a yard sale and thought I had a steal at $3.00. :-) The mugs were a HomeGoods find, but I’ve noticed them at Walmart also. And yes, I have so many yard sale regrets myself! Much love to you and hope to see you soon! Hugs!!

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  38. Stanton, not Cracker... LMAO!

    Darlin', you did a terrific job putting a Fall tour together in such a short time and having just moved in. By looking at the pictures, I'd never know there was chaos going on. You're a better person than I am ;)

    xoxo

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    1. ….LOL…it’s our running joke about that book and his name…LOL

      Awww, thank you so much! The photos were strategically done moving the piles from one corner to the next and stepping over all the mess in the floor….that, and I know how to use Photoshop Elements to eliminate unnecessary things in photos….it’s a handy little deal! :-) Oh, and the OCD kicked into overdrive with the help of a few Mt. Dews…LOL Love and hugs!!

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  39. What a lovely post and selection of photos, everything is wonderful for fall I love the use of whites, such a nice change from the fallish colors. My favorites are the fabric pumpkins and the "BOOTS" are brilliant!!

    Thanks for sharing on the #OMHGWW this week, I appreciate your time to visit and share!

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    1. Thank you so much! The boots are one of my favorites and were a great thrift store find! I hope to be able to recreate those little pumpkins I found because I want more of them! :-) Thanks so much for the great link party and you are quite welcome!

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  40. Sorry I am late to the tour-looks great and I love that the sticks are there! Your rain boots are the cutest and I can't wait to see more!

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    1. Do not worry about it one bit! You've been quite busy with your sale, which I hope went well! Thank you so much...those sticks are now a staple...LOL. The boots are one of my favorites! :-)

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  41. Love your home!!!!!! You have decorated so much in the short time you've been in the house. I am LOVING the copper pieces and the dining room buffet table! So beautiful! Pinned and shared Benita!

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    1. Thank you so much Stephanie! We have been hard at work...and are exhausted! I love the copper also..perfect for Autumn! Thank you again so much! I appreciate it greatly!!

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