Seeing Double... A Rainbow

There is one word that is guaranteed to get me running and everyone in my household knows it.
No, it's not fire or help (although obviously I wouldn't ignore either one of those) but 'rainbow' gets my immediate attention !!!
I run whilst grabbing my phone and camera and dash outside to capture their magic. 
Heaven help anyone that is standing in my way... I'm like an American Football Wing Back with intent!
Everyone knows that if the word goes out... 'rainbow'... then get out of my way!
Here's one such rainbow that I managed to capture on Sunday morning.
It seems to be the season for rainbows... they're giving me quite a work out with their numerous appearances.
I'm hoping that one of these days I will actually find the pot of gold, but it seems to be very illusive at the moment!
I'm going to link up with 
There are some fabulous Autumnal photographs over there if you'd like to take a look.

Have a wonderful week.

Muffin Chronicles

Something a little different for you today.
My son created this video with our own star Mufflepuff (Muffin).
She's quite the Diva and is now insisting on her own trailer!
I hope it makes you smile 
I'm going to link up with a few blogs for this post... I'd love you to take a peek at them. 
I'm sure you won't be disappointed.

Rainbow... My Sunday Photo

The first day of October brought an ideal start to the day... a beautiful Autumnal scene.
A rainbow stretching right across the farmland.
I've always said that this house was my lottery win and here's the proof. 
If you look closely you can see that the end of the rainbow actually does land in the field right next to our house. It still hasn't stopped me thinking that maybe hubby should go and investigate... just in case there is a pot of gold there!
I hope you have sunshine and rainbows too this weekend.
Thanks for stopping by at my place. 
 

My Sunday Photo... Last of the Summer Wine

I know... here I am once again posting photo's of butterflies and bees.
But these may be the last we see of these beautiful summer visitors until next year. 
So I want to indulge once more and appreciate them before they disappear. 
Autumn is waiting in the wings and I fear that this warm spell may be our last for some time. 
(Peacock Butterfly)
If you would like to encourage bees into your garden, then I strongly recommend that you plant Sedum plants into your borders.
(Red Admiral Butterfly)
I don't think I've ever seen so many bees on one flower head at the same time.
They were frantically gathering the nectar like it was the best bargain in town!
It was difficult to get a good shot because they were so busy... but I just wanted to capture how many there were. Obviously they like this particular plant and I remember that my sedums flowered right up to December last year.
If you look closely at this photo below you will see two bees and a butterfly.
I do love Autumn, but I don't want to rush into it... I want to make sure that summer is well and truly over first. 
Enjoy your weekend everyone.