Go to nature to be soothed and healed,
and to have your senses put in order.
I will be busy toasting seeds and cooking pumpkin this week.
The adirondack chairs are the last to be packed up from the garden.
When the sun does decide to shine, it still is nice to sit and enjoy the view.
Pinecones from the garden for upcoming projects.
Wreaths, garlands and a big bowl for the table.
Gloves, hats, and boots too!
I will enter this next season kicking and screaming, it helps me stay warm!
A first snowfall, crisp air, warming sunshine.
A reflection of the garden and it’s purpose.
As I walked the garden this morning, I peeked inside the windows of Rabbit Run Cottage…the view looking in is a nice as the view looking out.
November brings grateful moments….
Dreary, damp days have produced fascinating mushrooms.
Little treasures that I keep an eye out for while walking around the garden and woods.
To get the paperwhites started.
Paperwhites all nestled in pebbles.
This is the last of the Heirloom tomatoes.
They have been safely finishing their ripening in the greenhouse.
I will have a salad for lunch, do the last of the seed saving, and roast a few more tomatoes for Winter enjoyment.