Fall Has Arrived!

County and State Fairs are in full swing here in the south.  Pumpkin patches are beginning to open for the public to enjoy the country air, go for hayrides, walk through the corn maze, peruse the farmer’s market for some homemade jams and produce, and pick out that perfect pumpkin to display on the front porch.  Nursery’s are busy selling potted mums, flower bulbs, and yard supplies.  Small school and church carnivals are popping up to help raise money for various activities and ministries.  And many of us are beginning to rake leaves, clean out flower beds and prepare the yard for that long winter’s rest. There is definitely a lot of family fun to see and experience together.

This past week I have seen the front of homes being decorated for the autumn season.  There are bales of hay, scarecrows and potted mums being displayed in a variety of design and themes.  I suspect this weekend many more homes will pop up with Halloween decorations being added to their fall theme.  In the background, trees and bushes are adding their colorful flair to turn this season into a beautiful work of art.

We’re no different than anyone else getting ready for the fall holidays and Old Man Winter.  Decorations are being made and displayed for the inside and outside of our home.  Let us help you with all of your decorating needs.  Nesting By Robin has a large variety of different themes and products to showcase your home for this bright, colorful, and fun season.

Welcome Autumn!
Welcome Autumn!




Published by Nesting By Robin

Mother, grandmother of six grandchildren, creative designer and entrepreneur. Visit the "About" page to learn more of me on my website: nestingbyrobin.com.

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