A Little Bit of This and That
|Rose from trip to Elizabethton, TN
Hi friends! The last rose of summer is about gone and I have lots to share with you today about what I've been doing of late. In true "this and that fashion" there will be some fun pics from Halloween, Fall decor from a recent trip, just a little bit of bragging about The Mr. and, of course, some food! Let's get started.
Last Saturday night The Mr. and one of the bands he plays in gave their annual Halloween Concert at The Whitehorse in Black Mountain, NC. I have to tell you, it was so much fun! The band members dressed up and their costumes were spectacular! I have several to share with you.
I almost didn't go to this concert but I'm so glad I changed my mind and went. I would have missed out on all the fun.
And speaking of concerts, The Mr. played a solo at another band concert this past Tuesday and he did a wonderful job.
How about a few more photos from our day trip to Elizabethton, TN? I love this farmhouse decor porch. Everything looks so cozy. I think I could spend a few hours in that porch swing on one of those rocking chairs.
And I loved this gate all dressed up for Fall with a sunflower and leaf wreath! This makes me want a white picket fence with a similar gate around our property. Alas, it wouldn't work!
And while Fall decor is pretty, so is a beautiful and healthy plate of food! This was a tasty meal I pulled together today. Steamed rice with veggies with the addition of flaked chicken and some Durkees onions. On the side were steamer bag green beans that I sauteed in olive oil with the addition of onion powder and garlic powder. And, of course, some juicy mandarin oranges to complete the plate. This was a colorful, delicious and healthy meal!
So how's that for a little bit of this and that from my part of the world? Now, it's your turn to share a little bit of this and that from yours. I can't wait to hear from you in the comments!
And, whatever you do, please, please, please don't forget to exercise your right to vote! Make your voice be heard!
Until Next Time,