Hello, friends! I hope you are having a better day than I am. I had taken my tablet upstairs last night to watch some YouTube videos in bed. As I was coming downstairs this morning, it slipped out of my hand and now the screen is cracked and I can't use it. *sigh* First my kindle screen cracked and I can't use it and now my tablet.
Well, besides not having a tablet anymore, I am feeling better healthwise. I didn't have to take any pain killers yesterday. I have enough antibiotics for the rest of the week but I am more than halfway through. And I was even able to chew yesterday. It was a little rough, but so much better.
I have finished another three magazines so I thought that this week and next I would show you two and get caught up that way. Otherwise I will be showing you Christmas decorations at Valentine's Day.
Today we are looking at a Better Homes and Gardens from October 2011.
Gourds and pumpkins were used to make a centerpiece on a table in the entryway. This is so pretty.
This family eats their autumn meals outside. This would be a great idea with the COVID going around this year. They do live in California so it is warm enough to do this. We would freeze here if we tried to eat Thanksgiving outdoors.
There was an entire section on the color red. Who knew there were so many shades of red? It goes from red with some yellow mixed in to red with some blue. And even black.
Fall gardens are beautiful. Fall flowers are so vibrant. And there are also grasses and vegetables you can use for arrangements.
And then there was an article on decorating the table using pitberries, pumpkins, gourds, and leaves. To me, autumn tables are always so pretty.
And finally there was the recipe section. Pork chops with apples and baby spinach was my favorite out of this group. I think this will be on my menu this week.
Hope you enjoyed browsing through this issue with me. Now it's back to cleaning the living room. I am decorating as I go and I can't wait to show you the finished room later this month.
Have a good day!