Sunday, September 12, 2010

Indian Summer

What happened to summer? It swam by so quickly...

I love the idea of hot cocoa and warm apple cider...

but not quite yet,
was wishing for an Indian Summer...

seems I just took this weathervane pic on Martha's Vineyard


and put out the sea shells I gathered on the beach there...
(my back door)

the Homestead is still dressed for summer...

but will be dressed for Fall soon.
Thanks for visiting.

Images: Brayton Homestead Interiors 3-8

10 comments:

Emom said...

I know! One more trip to the beach wouldn't be so bad....really....smiles.

Julie Marie said...

Oooh,I am so ready for Fall! I love Indian Summer (which just happens to be the name of my sister's beautiful online Native American shop too!)... Indian Summer doesn't start here until late fall... I did a post describing what it means in Native American last fall...I get sooo excited this time of year for all the beauty in Nature's bounty... looking so forward to the party... lots of ladies have signed up Barn Chick Queen! Look what you started! Love it!... xoxo Julie Marie

Brayton Homestead Interiors said...

Thanks Emom and Julie Marie!
just a little more warm weather please!

Karen

Itchin' Stitchin' said...

Oh I love fall :) the cooler nights and that smell of apple cider and pumpkins!!! I think this is the best time to live in New England - Don't you?

Paige Thomas King said...

Karen,
I'll take fall over summer in almost every instance! I'm downright giddy at the prospect of the changes in temps and attitudes!
Looking forward to a look at your ideas!
Paige

annechovie said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog, Karen! Hope you'll visit often - enjoy your beautiful New England Fall.

Julie Marie said...

Hey Miss Barn Chicks Queen.. just checking in and saw you are doing a Thanksgiving Barn Chicks party on November 10th... you know I am IN! I love this whole Barn Chick party post thing you started... I have met so many wonderful new friends, and am so enjoying all of the barns, decorating, everything!... xoxo Julie Marie

Brayton Homestead Interiors said...

my dear blog friends, I so love to hear from you and love your comments!
always fuels me up...

Karen

agnesofgod said...

The fish weathervane is so unusual. It also looks huge! Thank you for sharing it.

Edward said...

Gisele said," Yea, I wasn't ready to let go of summer, but slowly am feeling the need to change. I'll be putting away the summer items real soon. Love your fall decor.