Here we are standing at the beginning of November - already?! My last farmers market of the season was Saturday, and when I woke up Sunday morning I realized that, all of the sudden, we're in deep autumn-almost-winter! When did this happen? Only a few days ago the leaves were changing and I started slowly changing out my summer clothes for long sleeves and sweaters. Perhaps my twice-weekly work outdoors simply kept me aloof to how cold it was actually getting (thinking warm thoughts does, sort of, help). In any case, I find myself quickly switching from hanging on to the end of summer to preparing for snowy, cold weather. As today begins November, I'd say this happened just in time.
As you may have noticed, I was a bit MIA these past ... well ... many months. Full-time farming led straight into selling pies both in a tiny shop and at a farmers market. The summer brought loads of fresh produce through our kitchen that needed eating/preparing/putting up of some kind and I joined a gym! Now that we've gotten a few light frosts though, some of these things will change. My knitting needles have seen some work and there are holidays approaching. I'll start this month out right by saying, I'm thankful for the holidays because they get my creative mind working and inspired!
Wishing you a lovely November!