Looking up at jets going in opposite directions. Since we live in the middle of Missouri, I imagined the one on the right going to Kansas City and the one on the left is heading for St. Louis. I often wonder who is on board and where they've been or where they're going. Or, hmmm, is my frequent-traveler son on one perhaps? Notice the leaves on the trees are not cooperating this year with nice fall colors.
I wish I could be this lazy!
October 2010 - Thomas Kinkade calendar on my wall
I love Kinkade's paintings and wish I could just crawl inside this one and live there! Doesn't it look so pretty and serene? You just know the inside would be just as immaculate and carefully decorated as the outside.
Speaking of decorations, here's one of the few fall things I've been able to find. I have a large tote of fall stuff that I put out each fall and this year when I opened the tote, I found I was missing several things including one of my favorites that I bought just last year! This is just one of the mysterious happenings that has occurred that I'll be posting about soon. And, yes, I've looked high and low for these items and can't find them. Hmm.
Here is a barrel head that I painted several years ago when I was into crafting.
There is a delightful store in Boonville, MO I just discovered called Never the Same that has a lot of items that have been painted with pumpkins and such for fall and already some Christmas stuff is appearing. They use old items that most of us throw away and paint them. They had some really neat wine bottles painted with a snowman or Santa with mini lights inside.
Here's a closer look at the mouse on the pumpkin in the photo above. That's as close to a mouse as I want to get! Btw, my wall is really a nice shade of beige, not blue as that photo above this one makes it look. The light in here is horrible for picture taking.
That's all, folks, for this Thursday's random thoughts and photos.
Until next time....