Fall Doodlings

Diane Hidey —  November 6, 2011 — 5 Comments

I love anything with Pumpkin, so Fall is one of my favorite times of the year. I love a brisk morning and a sunny afternoon. I love the smell of a good Pumpkin bread. I love the colors of the leaves on the tree, but today as I pulled into my driveway, a sudden fear gripped me!

LEAVES! Everywhere. So many still in the trees. Lots on the ground. There are enough leaves that I can’t ignore it. I have to do something about it. For the past 8 years I have had a work day at the house. It’s always a brisk, but sunny day. The purpose is to gather as many people as I can….to spend 4 hours raking and hauling and bagging and trimming. It is a HUGE project, but there is something so fun about seeing the yard ‘clean’.

For now, I will watch the leaves fall and wait for the ‘crew’ to arrive in a few weeks to help me rake and rake and rake.

Who takes care of your fall yard work?

Diane Hidey

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5 responses to Fall Doodlings

  1. our condo complex! 🙂

  2. Oh I remember the days of apartment dwelling when someone cut the lawn, watered the plants, shoveled the snow off the walks–and then I bought a house!

  3. Wanna say way too that I remember the days of apartment dwelling when an individual reduce the lawn, watered the crops, shoveled the snow off the walks–and then I purchased a home!

  4. Every morning, I make sure that I can compile those falling leaves in our lawn. It’s better to clean it everyday than to wait for the weekend. I do decomposting in our backyard, and I made those leaves as fertilizer for our garden. Isn’t it useful?

  5. Since both my husband and I work, we have a gardener

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