For every house is built by someone,

but the builder of all things is God.

Hebrews 3:4

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Autumn is Here

  Hello Ladies,
    I am writing for my mom since she is little under the weather at the present moment, so I decided to post something small for all y'all. 
    Fall is the best time of year, and I thought I would post a fun picture I found on the Internet.  It was so pretty I couldn't resist sharing.  It reminds me so much of Tennessee in the middle of fall. The second picture my brother, Luke, took 2 years ago when fall was breaking in. We are truly blessed by God to have the season of Autumn.  

Psalm 19:1   
The heavens declare the glory of God, and the sky above proclaims his handiwork.
I hope you all and your families are having blessed fall....

~Cassaundra Mae


Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...



Camille said...

It's so sweet that you posted for you Mom have such a pretty name. :) I miss your Mom soooo much here in blog-land. I didn't know she wasn't feeling well...please give her my love.

And the photos you chose for this post are glorious! I *love* the seasons too! God is so wonderful!


Lady Farmer said...

Thanks, Cassaundra, for sharing a bit of your lovely Autumn in Tennessee with us! I am sending up a little prayer for you sweet mamma to be feeling better soon. I thought about her today as I posted some photos of quilts from our state fair on my blog! You Smith girls do such beautiful sewing and quilting!
Hope your week is filled with His many blessings!

Nadine said...

A lovely post...hope & pray that your Mom is feeling better soon!


Lisa Hellwig said...

Thank you, Cassaundra. The first photo reminds me so much of New England roads I grew up on. And the second of the view from a hilltop... all that is missing is one of those white-steepled New England churches rising from the profusion of warm colored sugar maples.
Autumn is my favorite time, also. Reminds me of the slow, day by day disconnecting from this world in preparation for the next, as God promises us, with the vibrant warming colors, 'the best is yet to come!'
Give your mother a big hug from me, please!
Will keep praying for you all.
L. Hellwigisa Hellwig

Melanie said...

Beautiful pictures!
I always look forward to fall too.:)

Faith said...

beautiful pictures...Tennesee is beautiful country..especially in the fall. We went to the Smokies on our homenymoon 16 years ago..around this time of year...Hope mama feels better..there is all kinds of things going around already...

Cassaundra S. said...

Thank you all for your lovely comments. I will definitely let my mother know that you all say hi. :)

~Cassaundra Mae

Mountain Home Quilts said...

Thanks Cassaundra for checking in! I've been wondering how both you and your mom are! Glad to hear that you're looking forward to the beautiful fall season.
Blessings to you and your mom!
P.S. My daughter is loving the pinafore you made!

Rural Revival said...

Lovely post with beautiful photos!

I hope your mom is feeling better soon.


Mrs. JP said...

We agree with you about fall in Tennessee. I'm excited for our trees to start turning. Soon, I hope.
Please tell your mom that all of us here in the holler hope she feels better.
Very nice post!

Diana said...

Poppin' in to say hi again. Awesome post!

Anonymous said...

Beautiful pictures! :)

Praying that your lovely mom will feel better soon.



Brynwood Needleworks said...

Hi Cassaundra:
Please tell your mom I'm so happy she visited my blog and became a follower.

She has a beautiful site, which I've also joined, and I've added her site to my blog roll so that I don't miss her posts.

Get well soon, Christa.

Miss Antoinette K. said...

I enjoyed the lovely photos of fall Cassaundra! :) *sigh* I wish we got more color here in CA, most things just turn brown!

Praying all is well with you and your family!

Your sister in Christ,

Miss Antoinette

Camille said...

Dear Christa ~ I am missing you! Is your computer fixed yet?? No pressure to visit me...just wanted you to know I miss you when you are "out of the loop". Hugs to you my friend!

With Love,