The zucchini we came home to on Friday night was one of the few we’ve been able to grow this year despite wonderfully warm and sunny days but WOW, was it a whopper!
Since I’ve only been walking with crutches for a few weeks, my personal experience of summer is that it just started. — so it was a bit of a shock on Sunday to discover that it was nearly mid-September — although that did explain why it was raining and kind of chilly. Tonight I looked longingly at the wood stove for the first time since early spring, and a glance at the candle holders made it blazingly obvious that I need to find where I
hid stored the candles. In other words, it appears that autumn has arrived.
The neighbor’s treetops agree.
Pretty photo of the leaves. I was surprised by the number of my neighbor’s yellow tree leaves on my lawn. I’m not ready for fall yard work. Sending hugs!
I love fall. We are not there yet, which is fine. We have canvassing to do for our local candidates, and we need the daylight during the afternoon hours.