Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Books in the window, harvest home and come into my parlor

- Books residing peacefully in the window of a favorite shop.

- The welcoming food and drink table at a friend's home for book club.

- And not that this is a good thing, just kind of funny.  This spider has the most perseverance I've ever seen.  This was the second web in two days that it built on the pergola outside my front door.  I photographed it on Sunday morning before knocking it down again.  And there was one more across the front door yesterday morning - I think it likes me.

11 comments:

Crafty Green Poet said...

I love that arrangement of squashes and corn!

Spiders are very persistant at this time of year...

desk49 said...

Sunshine on books
as they turn brown
food on the table as we
talk about books we've found
a pesky spider making webs
at my house around and around
all the flys you saved
knocking that poor spider down

Elephant's Child said...

Some days I would like to be as determined as that spider. Love the books in the window. My sort of shop.

Lee said...

I always love your photos...they have such warmth about them...hard explain, but hopefully you'll know what I mean, Lynn. :)

ladyfi said...

NIce to make new friends (the spider!)

Lovely shots.

LL Cool Joe said...

A very determined spider indeed, maybe he'll become your new pet. Him and the dead flies. :D

Hilary Melton-Butcher said...

Hi Lynn - those squashes are a delight to see as a table decoration - love them. The spiders right now are out in full force ... and yes knock one down and many more appear by tomorrow ... cheers Hilary

Kay G. said...

If that spider starts to write letters in the web, then you could write a children's book about it! Oh wait, someone already has done that! E.B. White, I love him!

Snaggle Tooth said...

Haven't seen many decs similar to that yet- tons of orange around tho! You must have the Prime Location right there! Folks say I have persistence also!

G. B. Miller said...

It's always good to be liked. :D

Riot Kitty said...

That is an amazing photo!