Friday, September 25, 2009

A Little Autumn Cheer for You Too!

It doesn't matter what the season is, of course its better if its Fall, but regardless.........

I do really love garden flags! Especially my favorite Autumn flag:)

And I really do love my chicken coop and the chickens, even if someone in the coop is an egg hater! So, today when I was shopping at my favorite store, I found this really cute garden flag that had 2 of my favorite things on them........autumn and a chicken!

Too fun I thought so I bought 2 of them! One for me and one for a blogger friend.
I thought I would share one with someone who stops by and reads about the on-goings at Harvest Thyme whether its good, bad, silly, or whatever. So, if you are interested and think this flag would look cute at your house/farm, just drop me a comment and on Sunday I will draw a name and whoever gets picked I will send you the flag:)
I just thought this might be fun to do and bring a little autumn cheer to someone's home!


8 comments:

The Packs said...

that is a very cute flag and it sure looks good at your farm : ) So how are the goats doing!

Pat in east TN said...

I just wish I had the imagination to decorate my place up like you do. It's so festive looking! I have some stuff around, but little pumpkins are a 'no, no' as my pup seems to think they're Jolly Balls!

Nancy K. said...

What a nice idea! I've always admired your garden flags (even if I didn't know that that is what they're called!).

Penny said...

Love the flag!
It would great here on the little urban farm I'm working to create at The Black Sheep Cottage. Chickens will be arriving in the spring and I can't wait. =)

Tammy said...

Count me in! :-) The first flag reminds me of your place. I'm with Pat--you do such a wonderful and imaginative job at decorating your little farm.
Tammy

Christy said...

That is a cute flag.

Tracey said...

It is a very cute flag!! How sweet of you to do a drawing...pick me please :) LOL!!
Tracey

Michelle said...

I have always loved everyone else's garden flags but have not yet invested in my own. I would LOVE for that one to come live here; it might even have to decorate our humble chicken coop!