(Please click over and read Mr. Badger's guest post at Kezzie's! He's got a Dr. Who twin!)The glow doesn't show as much in photographs, but I am thankful that neighborhood dwellers (50 or so years ago!) planted so many leafy trees.
I can imagine how disappointed westward settlers must have been when they could SEE the mountains but still had days and days of travel before they would reach them. They look close, but they are at least an hour away by car.
Our front flowerbed is ready for bulb planting, thanks to Bill.
The zucchini's are so little and tasty. They keep coming!
I am so thankful for the hollyhock girls. They are such happy cottage flowers.
A few weekends ago, Brad took Finn on a daddy/son fishing trip. Doesn't it look fun?
If you have been coloring, I'd like to know what instruments you choose to use. I tried the gel pens and I didn't enjoy using them as much as the soft felt markers.
Jenny and the girls and I went to eat rice, noodles, and deep-fried chicken for lunch and now I'm sleepy. As gorgeous as it is outside, I sort of want to curl up on the sofa and snooze for a while. The allergens in the air right now are huddling up in my sinuses and my head feels foggy.
I'll be back tomorrow for a little Yarn Along with the nice knitters and YOU if you are a sweet faithful reader and not a yarn alonger. I like Ravelry, but I like reading individual knitting posts even more.
I hope this October day is giving you good cheer!