I want to crochet something warm and cuddly
Noisy Canadian geese flying overhead
Baseball and football on television at the same time
No one is interested in swimming in the pool lately except the dog
The leaves are raining down from the willow tree in the front yard reminding me to rake
Halloween candy is on display at the supermarket
The grasses and fields are dry. Farm equipment stirs up dust in the air while harvesting wine grapes and the last of the tomatoes
The nights and early mornings are cooler so little dogs need their hoodies
|He has black whiskers on one side and white on the other. Cute eh?|
I feel like baking
Irish soda bread, recipe here. Tim thought it was a giant scone. Don't do what I did and substitute half the white flour with spelt flour. It was really good, but too heavy. Like, I could have used it as a stone on the curling rink, heavy. All it needs is a handle. But yummy with jam. And tea.
Summer is leaving. I can run the oven without breaking a sweat, work on wool blankets and drink hot tea in the afternoons.
Oh yeah, I love September.