October Fall Beauty

  1. Lila Norton says:

    Beth, I’ve followed and enjoyed your posts for a couple years. Your recent format change has been difficult for me to read. The typeset is so small. I do have vision issues. Am I the only person who’s commented on this issue? Thank you.

  2. Eve says:

    I wish for a fireplace like the old fashioned ones my older relatives had. These modern day fireplaces are just not the same. Beautiful photos! We don’t get color very much on the Coast but we have a few things that show reds and yellows. I will haul out my warm boots and sweaters and pray I get to wear them a few times. At least.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      the gas fireplaces are convenient but i have to agree that there was something special about fireplaces that needed a bit of elbow grease to get get it going.

  3. Thank you Beth, it light up my Saturday!!
    I love Fall and winter.
    I lived in Marco Island Florida and unfurtionally
    We do not have neither one.
    I love summer also and we have plenty of that
    Than you again and have a nice Saturday

  4. Johanna LaRose says:

    Hi Beth and readers – I have to agree with the other comments. The posts do seem to have more advertisements and do seem a little less personal and difficult to follow. I thought it was just me but i think it is just a different style of blogging with topics that are just not as relevant to my personal lifestyle.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      thanks for the feedback, Johanna. but i’m curious as to why you think the posts are different? nothing has changed since i have only discussed outfits of the day since the new format was introduced. can you believe the ads have decreased? so i’m a bit confused. maybe you can shed some light on this topic. thanks so much!

  5. Vicky Pickens says:

    I do agree with Lila & Carolyn. The font is so small and faint, it’s difficult to read. However, the photos are beautiful! Love your posts.

  6. Jennifer Smith says:

    Oh my goodness Beth! My neighbors across the street – twins- and I raked leaves into rooms in my backyard every fall! I had no idea anyone else did this! My sweet Daddy would delay taking and bagging all the leaves until we were finished with our “houses.” Thank you for this memory! It’s been awhile!

  7. Julie Mycock says:

    Hi Beth, I do like to see the fall colours or Autumn as we say here in England but that’s as far as it goes. For me it means cold and winter in drawing in, it starts to go dark early so cozy nights by the fireside curtains closed isn’t for me I’m afraid. I’m a 365 days sunshine girl, I think that’s why I enjoy it when we’ve been to Florida as its day after day of sunshine, if it does rain its still warm. I don’t mind if it’s cold, frosty and sunshining but the rain and damp miserable mist no, that’s what we tend to get a lot of in the part of England we live so my mood gets very low and being muffled up in winter clothes isn’t for me. So I can’t wait for the Spring. Have a great weekend xoxo

  8. Linda says:

    I miss the early days of your posts. Can’t read the new format very well. And nobody put outfits together like you. Don’t need more stuff to buy but do need inspiration from such a talented lady.

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