On The Sticks & In the Fridge
If it's autumn, it must be time to knit! At least it seems that once the air gets that cool, crisp feeling then it's naturally time to start oogling lovely yarn and dreaming about what you might make out of it. Since my life has been so hectic lately, a nice, warm scarf that requires nothing but garter stitch is just the thing. Plus, I can knit away while listening to tv, music, or the radio, without dropping stitches, or otherwise messing up--always a bonus!
Yesterday was such a fabulous day and a perfect time to harvest the last bits from the garden. I ended up with some squash, green beans, cherry tomatoes, and a bowl full of quince fruit. (Quince smell so fragrant and wonderful--if you can find room for a bush they provide you lovely flowers first thing in the Spring and then you can scent your home naturally with their fruit in the Autumn.) They were all so pretty that I had to capture them. If we're lucky, we may get a little more, but the nights have gotten colder, so who knows. We'll enjoy it while we can!