Free Monthly Giveaway – Vintage Owl Salt and Pepper Shakers

Congrats to Katie Davis for winning the October apron giveaway! (Don’t be discouraged if you didn’t win, there are still 8 more giveaways left that you can participate in!)

November’s giveaway is in honor of Autumn, my favorite season.  I’m giving away these adorable vintage owl salt and pepper shakers! You know they’re going to look great on your dining room table!

To be eligible for the giveaway just comment on this post about your favorite thing about autumn!

 

 

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  1. Dawn-Michelle Waddell says:

    I love the sound of the wind whipping through the gold and red leaves of autumn. I love to bundle up in my favorite knit sweater and scarf and go walking in the woods. I love the harvests of pumpkins and the field of not yet ploughed under corn. Halloween costumes, warm spiced beverages, the last few outdoor barbecues and potlucks… These are what I love!

  2. Scott Dilley says:

    I love the weather. Sunny during the day and cool at night. Nothing better than grabbing your favorite sweatshirt in the fall and sitting by a fire on the patio.

  3. Sarah McCormack says:

    I love going to the pumpkin patch with my niece and painting and carving our pumpkins together. I love it when my mom makes spiced cider and we finally start using the fireplace again.

  4. Marta says:

    I love autumn cooking! Pumpkins, apples, squash, turnips, beets, kale, carrots, sweet potatoes…so many possibilities! And combinations of these fruits and veggies often make for true comfort food! 🙂

  5. Sarah Nolan says:

    Autumn and Winter are my top two seasons of the year. Something about the colder weather and crisp air makes me feel blessed to spend time with my family and friends over the holidays. I have loved this autumn season as it was my first year with my husband. I also loved picking out our first pumpkin at Evan’s Orchard and passing out candy to out first trick or treaters! Another favorite of mine about autumn is the changing leaves. It is one of the most picturesque times of the year, and I love taking nature photos of all the colorful trees.

  6. My favorite thing about Autumn was discovered just last night, camping.

    We were at the bottom of valley, and most of the trees had lost most of their leaves. The wind was fierce. The moon, though waning, was full and bright. The trees were swaying in the wind all night long. They would creak and sway and the forest was alive with song.

    I enjoy the coming and goings of each season. Autumn is a wonderful time to appreciate trees without their foliage, the sound they make as they flutter to the ground, and then crush as we move over the earth.

    I love Autumn more and more as I grow up!

  7. Mary Ruble says:

    I love fall sunsets, the leaves changing, farmers harvesting their crops and getting stuck behind tractor men, cooking, nesting, crafting, camp fires, pumpkin seeds, pies, Thanksgivng, scarves, boots, coats… all the standard things.
    But most recently I have come to love and find comfort in the symbolism of fall. I’ve had to come to terms with suddenly losing my father to cancer and it hasn’t been easy. Now all I have left are his memories and I feel like it is my duty to live my life through his philosophy because he was the most caring, admirable person I know. He never judged anyone, helped anyone as much as he possibly could and loved unconditionally. He was very level headed and lived by the philosophy that, “life’s too short to be pissed off all the time, too many things aren’t worth your time to be mad over…pick your fights wisely.” Don’t worry, be happy was his favorite song. He worked hard and would counter that with fishing and being completely unreachable somewhere in nature. He was never upset about having cancer, he accepted it and continued living his life just as he always had. When he told me he was sick he was still telling jokes. He was still happy. He still saw the beauty of life even though his was being slowly, painfully destroyed. He had lived his life the best way he could and was honest and hardworking and couldn’t have asked for more. He was at peace.
    Fall is a time of death, leaves fall and mold, trees become bare. But right before that happens the colors of fall are so amazing, simply breathtaking. Fall is also time to reflect and be thankful. I’m thankful my dad taught me how to enjoy the simple beauty of life because it doesn’t last forever. Your life is going to end and it might not be seem fair but the world still goes on. That’s life. You can’t take things for granted or be mean to people. All you can do is be happy and enjoy the view before it’s gone.

  8. VegAnn says:

    Definitely the food! Pumpkin oatmeal, cider donuts, apples, pears, squash, Thanksgiving! And it’s so beautiful out again, scarf weather <3 ps. LOVE the shakers

  9. Allison Rodgers says:

    I love everything about fall, from the cool brisk air in the morning to the warm afternoons. The smell of changing leaves and watching them twirl off their trees to the ground. There is nothing like the colors of fall. Rich reds, golden yellows, and sunburst oranges. Living in Texas I do not get to see or feel fall except for one week a year and trees change from green to brown without the yellow, red, or orange. I love fall and I miss it. Lets face it there is nothing like a Kentucky fall especially in my beloved hometown of Louisville. Oh I miss it so much! Some body go walk up Frankfort Ave. and Bardstown Rd. for me please and enjoy the scenery since I can’t!

  10. My favorite thing about Autumn is, the trees and leaves. It is so amazing how the leaves go from the normal greens, to the vibrant, yellow, orange, and red. You know, just by looking at all the beautiful new colors, that it is now fall/autumn. For me, it is kind of cozy and warm…..the holidays are right around the corner.

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