Spent a gloomy afternoon crafting
Brisker days this past week, feel like Fall is nearing too soon, and I’m dreading the end of Summer. The carefree days, and weekends spent enjoying the great outdoors as long as the sunshine allows us. Instead of focusing on the negative and how much I don’t enjoy the cooler months, I’m learning to appreciate the change of seasons as Mother Nature’s cycle of life. Although there isn’t much the eye can see, below in the soil, much life is living and thriving. I guess nature goes into hibernation much like bears do, but I’m not ready to do so. And even though I can’t walk too normal yet, there’s much to enjoy this beautiful weekend. Whether I’ll got to the farmer’s market, a nice dinner, or simply relax in the garden prepping my work for colder months, I hope your weekend is just as lovely.
I’ve been taking lots of photos of Marley lately, but the night’s light was perfectThe details of beautiful garden flowersThere have plenty of yellow squash and zucchini from the garden, working on some new dishesFood tastes so much better when homegrown and picked, tomatoes, cucumbers, swiss chard, and cilantro from the garden made this summer salad delicious
A few new beauty products and the new issue of Martha are the way to start a new weekCelebrated National S’mores Day with one made with organic dark chocolate and Belgian waffle cookies
A healthy chocolate strawberry yogurt breakfast with a special love mug, given to one of my best friend’s in college. So excited as she starts her new blogging journey with The New Fit!