Thursday, October 15, 2009

Practicing with Windows Live Writer!

My friend, Brenda at the Cozy Little House

is trying to help me learn to use this!

Thanks girlfriend!
And thanks to my sweet hubby
for installing it!

I know it will be easier because I don’t have a super fast connection here at my condo. It’s fun to learn new things…. I keep telling myself ….over and over! heehee!

Finally some different FONTS! YAY!

The church next to my library has a neat pumpkin patch


so I stopped for a few pics!


And then after I walked for 40 minutes at the park yesterday, I grabbed my camera and walked a little more and took some photos.


I hope you’re having a wonderful day!DSCN2243

I’m at home trying to get caught

up on laundry, etc! DSCN2239

But those days can be nice, too!


Fall splendor!

God’s blessings


Michela said...

Gosh! How many pumpkins!!!
Great pictures Diane, love the colours of your Autumn!

Elena_Valeriote said...

Wow, that is a lot of pumpkins! How delightful. That last picture of the yellow tree is very pretty!

Rhondi said...

I love seeing the pumpkins for sale this time of year. It is so colorful.
Hugs, Rhondi

my cup of tea said...

Love all those pumpkins! Very pretty pics! We are having rain here for the last 3 days maybe snow on Saturday. Looking forward to it letting up so we can go to the pumpkin patch (before halloween)LOL

Cindy said...

Love the color, we're starting to get the promise of some down here, but it just keeps raining.

Cinnamon Stitched Primitives said...

I also just downloaded Windows Live Writer and I love it! Love your blog too! :)

Judi said...

Thank you for sharing such beautiful fall colours. I love the red maple leaves...beautiful.
Fall is a lovely time everything has its own beauty....
have a super day

KC'sCourt! said...

Wow! I have never seen so many Pumpkins!
The Autumn colours are so beatiful

Patty's Stitches said...

Wow, beautiful photos. I just love fall and all the pumpkins!

Maryjane-The Beehive Cottage said...

Sweet post and wonderful pictures! Love all those pumpkins! This is my favorite time of the year! I am making pumpkin bread today!


Anonymous said...

Oh so beautiful.Love the punpkins and the yellow leaves,thanks for sharing and warming my heart.Its snowing here,LOL

Doreen Frost said...

Beautiful pictures..just love them all.

I LOVE to learn new the new windows thing sounds fun to me :)..I'm sure you will have a good time with it.

Have a joyous day,
Hugs, Doreen

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Diane,

I love your Autumn photos ~ the colours are so pretty.
Good luck with your new windows program.


Janet said...

Ok, now I have to go find out about Live Writer! Sounds interesting.

I'm enjoying all your autumn photos. Such wonderful colors....and all those pumpkins!!

Penny from Enjoying The Simple Things said...

Between all of my moving I have not bought a pumpkin yet. Great pictures!

Boo-Bah AKA Iris said...

I love the pictures. Autumn colors are so beautiful and warm. I actally found a few red and gold leaves from my liquid amber.

In the third photo the red leaves are gorgeous.

I did laundry today too. Still have more to do tomorrow.

Have a great evening.

Betty said...

Beautiful, beautiful fall pictures! We have to drive to the mountains to find fall color at this time of year. We don't usually see fall until late October or early November.

Jblover109Woozworld said...

Lovely pictures! I really have enjoyed looking at your blog!! How fun it will be to visit you!

Patti @ Pandoras Box said...

lovely photos!

Unknown said...

The photos are gorgeous!!!

So you are married to a Ron too. LOL Sounds like we have a lot in common. I also love to walk. You have inspired me, I'll go to the lake today and take some pics.

Thanks for visiting my blog!

Anonymous said...

Diane, beautiful phtos! Those yellow leaves - so cheery!

The Painted Garden said...


Oh goodness - what beautiful photos you took - love the fall leaves. You live in such a beautiful part of the country - my home state.
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Unknown said...

Fall splendor is all it's glory! Our yard is a patchwork of leaves right now and it's all so amazing. One thing I love about living in the Pacific Northwest is that we have 4 seasons and the weather is all very different. We are in our rainy season...We laugh in Washington and say, if you are carrying an umbrella you are a tourist. True Washingtonians run through the rain, rarely bothering with an umbrella because it rains on and off for months and months...Thus we are GREEN and Washington is the Evergreen State.

Beedeebabee said...

Hi Diane! I just love the fall, and everything about it! Your pumpkin patch looks sooo inviting, and I really liked your fall photos too! Hugs, Paulette ;)

Countryfolk Keepsakes said...

GORGEOUS pics Diane! How I love to look at pumpkins! Each one has their own lil' personality. :> )

Michela said...

Hi Diane! Thank you for your kind wishes! Take care and have a relaxing weekend!

Debbie Egizio said...

Such beautiful fall leafy images and wow what a plethora of pumpkins!! So fun! Best of luck with the new program. Happy Halloween!

Brenda Pruitt said...

I see you're getting up to speed on WLW! I think you will enjoy the ease of posting photos with your posts with this. Blogger, in the short time I tried to post directly there, drove me nearly crazy. Your photos look fantastic!

M.L. @ The House of Whimsy said...

What a delight to come over here and see all these beautiful photos of Fall. Thank you for sharing them with us. Not everyone gets the four seasons and the "changing of the leaves" like this, so...what a treat!
And your beautiful doll below, wearing her Halloween dress, is SO sweet! : )

Piper said...

Getting by a bit late, but wanted to say thanks for your visit! I'm loving your autumn photographs.. lovely! Enjoy the rest of the weekend!

Wendy McDonagh-Valentine said...

Such pretty pictures!! Thank you for sharing them with us. :)

~ Wendy

Mami said...

Hi,I just drop by your wonderful blog!! Nice photos and colours.
I'll be back soon again.