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Monday, November 16, 2009

Comments

Debbie

Kim, this is a beautiful post! I love the pictures, the theme, the conclusion. . .A+!

Allison

I should try and look at this time of year in a better way- usually it just makes me a bit dreary. I should look at it more as a calming time of slowing down and renewal.

Laurie

Ah yes, good colors, neutrals, that harmonize with spring, summer and fall colors.

Renee

Beautiful. I love the neutral, taupy calm of November colours too.
Your fabrics are gorgeous!

Lorraine

Kim- what's that poem?

No flowers,
No bees,
No grass.
No-vember.

Don't quote me on that.

margene

November is full of changes, textures and colors. You captured its essence very well.

Lisa

i used to hate November when I was a kid, too. Just the other day I was thinking how I've changed my mind about November. Lovely photos and that yarn looks divine.

Manise

Nice November colors. So long as the sun is out enough I don't hate November that much. But add some snow and bitter cold to the mix and then I'm not a very happy camper.

Carole

Beautiful colors and textures in your photos. I don't hate November because I love Thanksgiving but I do still struggle with March.

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