It's the last month of Summer, and I'm still hanging on with everything I've got. With temperatures in the 100's, everyone I know is wishing for scarves and layers.
All I want is to hang tight and slow down these sweet Summer days just a bit.
Yesterday we took a little roadtrip to the lake to go for a swim.
On the way home we stopped at our little fried pie spot that we swing by every time we're down that way. I regretted my fried pies three bites in, and spent the rest of the evening with a queasy stomach.
We decided to take the long way home, and skipped the interstate to take sleepy back roads. We found a few old, abandoned country houses to explore, and drove through tiny towns.
We took home a few treasures from this one.
Including a dress full of stickers, thanks to exploring through overgrown brush.
& a picture of one big, juicy spider.
Backyard Farming Week will be done, eventually. Unfortunately for people who expect things in timely manners, most people that know me well know that "eventually" is the only way to describe how things get done with me. Sorry friends, I have a wandering mind & inability to stick with one thing for too long. And like I always say, life tends to get in the way of my to-do's quite often.
This month I am getting ready for my 2nd Arts Market, and I'll be spending my evenings painting, sewing, and preparing for that.
Things might be a bit quiet around here, but I will still be around.
I hope you all had a lovely weekend.