Friday, October 12, 2012

Pumpkins for Pink Saturday

Happy Pink Saturday

Pumpkins are the theme this week.

They're everywhere you look!

Orange ones and white ones
Ugly ones and painted ones!

You can make a pumpkin pie

And wash it down with a nice pink float.

You could make a playhouse out of one,

Plant the seeds from one,

Maybe even ride away with one.

Ms. Wilma, hubby and  I are riding off tomorrow afternoon,

After work, we may go here.

Check out the old cars.

Well, I believe we'll have seafood instead, Flo!

Hope you all have a happy and safe
Pink Saturday
and Sunday

From Ms. Wilma and me


Shirley Hatfield said...

Sounds like the perfect weekend. We have rain for a change today...the kind of day for getting cozy and reading a good book! Have fun with Miss Wilma and your guy! =D

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Dorothy! I love that pink car! Enjoy your weekend and thanks for sharing.


Denise said...

Sounds awesome.

SmilingSally said...

This is my first visit to your blog. How delightful!

Happy Pink Saturday, Dorothy.

Little Susie Home Maker said...

Hee hee, what a very cute post! Have a wonderful weekend!

Sue McPeak said...

Thanks for sharing your Pumpkins and More Pumpkins for Pink Saturday. I enjoyed seeing your pumpkin collection. I hope you'll have a chance to stop by CITexas Gal and check out my Pumpkin Coaster. If you are a crocheter, you'll want to whip up a few of these...they are quick to make and the pattern is linked.

Sounds and looks like you are in for a great weekend. Fun post.

Sarah said...

What a delightful post of pumpkins. Love those vintage post card images........Happy Pink Pumpkin Saturday.....

Tammy's in Love said...

Wish I could come cruisin' in my 57! Thanks for sharing the cute graphics!

Sarah Sandberg said...

Now I want pumpkin and that Kiss my Grits cracked me up! :)

Have a blessed weekend!!
Sarah & le Weens

vintage grey said...

Love the pumpkins and old cars!! Happy weekend! xo Heather

Librarian said...

My Mum made a very delicious pumpkin soup the other day. I hope it won't have been the last of this season! We also love pumpkin sparkling wine, it's so fruity and lovely.

Sarah~Magnolia Surprise said...

I love seeing all the different kinds of pumpkins -- so many varieties! I hadn't thought of Flo in years "Kiss my grits"! Too funny!

Anonymous said...

Great post love the photos and sentiments. What a header photo you have put up for October! Very clever.
Great rows of pumpkins - wondering where you went for those photos. I couldn't figure out the ice cream soda for a moment - wondering if it was pumpkin flavored and finally, I read your caption. Sometimes, it takes me a while . . .duh. But, doesn't a 7Up vanilla ice cream soda sound good? And, a piece of pumpkin pie. Yum. Never thought of mixing those. Hmmmmm....Happy Pink Saturday!

Anonymous said...

oh dear - did my comment post twice? I've done that somehow lately. Sorry about that if it's really showing up twice.

Chubskulit Rose said...

Simply gorgeous! I am the featured blog this week, hope you can drop by.

Pumpkin Fun
Have an enjoyable pumpkin-licious weekend!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Can I squeeze into that playhouse? haha! We are seeing them everywhere here..every color and shape! I love gourds, too! Happy Fall! I hope you've enjoyed your weekend!

Perfectly Printed said...

Just love all the pumpkins! Have fun!


Erica of Golden Egg Vintage said...

So many cute pumpkiny things here! I wonder what my niece and nephew would think of a 7-UP float! I'm going to find out, because it sounds darn good to me!
Hope you and Miss Wilma are doing great!
Erica :)

The Japanese Redneck said...

Have fun out on the road!

Grits, had them for breakfast.

Patrick said...

Hmm. I would love to see houses or streets bursting with pink pumpkins this coming pink Saturday. It would not be too late for that, right? Haha. Anyway, that vintage pink car you posted is sooo cool! The owner has obviously been doing some serious maintenance with it that it still looks good as new up to now. Impressive!

Patrick Gauer