Saturday, October 26, 2013

Toasty Warm

First of all, thank you everyone for thinking of me during my dental episode.  It’s finally all over with and I’m back to normal again, well as normal as I can be!

The evenings have been getting cooler with November fast approaching.  We have one of these little electrical stove heaters and we just love it.  I love the looks of it with its little logs and flames.  It puts out some nice heat and really warms you up.  We have one in the kitchen and liked it so well we decided we wanted one in the living room too.

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Here are a few outside shots around the homestead.

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The scarecrow was from a couple of years ago.  Rusty put up the Vikings flag, they’re not doing so great this year :-(

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Enjoy the fall before old man winter arrives!

Mindy

18 comments:

  1. Thankful you are feeling better. It has been cool here, too. I adore the touches of fall décor around your home. Enjoy your day.

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  2. So glad you are feeling better.
    What a warm and cozy home.
    Woolie Blessings

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  3. Love your electric heater. Does it come with the wooden top like shown in the picture? I'm thinking this would be great for our sunroom. BTW I hate going to the dentist too!! :-)

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    1. Hi Myra, no it didn't come with the wooden top. I just placed one of my breadboards on top. Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Your heater is ideal! I've hinted to hubby that one would be cozy in our home.
    What pretty fall decorating around your home too!

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  5. Mindy may I ask where you got you cute little stove that heats so well? I love the looks of it too. Your Fall yard is so cozy.
    Stay warm.
    Earlene
    ps...I was out cutting grass for the last time this year and it started to rain and turned to snow. Hope we have nice weather for Halloween

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  6. Hi Mindy, oh so cosy, love the wee stove too.....cute scarecrow, yard looks wonderful, Blessings Francine.

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  7. I love the look of those stove. We are getting colder too not looking forward to the long dark nights. that is the worst part of winter.
    Cathy

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  8. That stove does look cozy and is perfect for this time of year. I've had our electric fireplace on lots this month so far. Lovely photos and your scarecrow is so cute. Glad you are feeling better

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  9. Hi Mindy..... Glad you are feeling better.
    Love all your fall touches.... so beautiful! The stove is great.... was just at a friend's house who has one... they are really wonderful!!

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  10. Good to hear you are much better. Love your pics, especially the crow and watering can.

    May I ask if you little stove is hard on electric. We are trying to find a supplemental heat and can't find one that throws enough for our house.

    Felicia

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  11. Great outdoor pics! Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  12. Really like your stove the homestead looks so good.

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  13. 'Love the decorations. That stove is so prim and awesome! All of the photos are great. Thank you for sharing with us. temps are getting cooler here in Alabama also :)

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  14. Your outdoor photos are amazing. Wonderful arrangement in the watering can. Are the brown stems from sunflowers? Have a great week. ~Roberta

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  15. So happy your choppers are again in good working order! Your pics are wonderful! Wish we needed a cozy stove like yours...our a.c. is still cranking!
    Robyn

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  16. I felt your pain during your dental ordeal...I'm a big coward when it comes to the dentist. Had some bad experiences growing up and its stuck with me :( Glad it's over for you.

    I was wondering the same thing as Felicia about your stove. We live in NW PA (in the "snow-belt") so we have cold winters and use a lot of heat in the winter. I was thinking about getting a couple of these for our (small) house but was afraid it would use a lot of electricity.

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