It is hard to believe we are nearing the end of summer. It just doesn't seem possible! But, alas, the wind is smelling just a tiny bit different. Apples are on the trees, cherries have been picked, moths are out in droves, and rainy thunderstorms are sweeping through. I freakin' love it!
I was begging for summer so hard during February and March, just wanting some life after our long frozen winter. I wanted so badly to be able to run outside without coats, and stay outside ALL DAY LONG. And, that is just what we have been doing, as much as we can. But, I'm getting tired. I'm looking through knitting and sewing books, planning my winter projects.
And, as much as I don't really want to admit it, after all the complaining I do during the winter, I am just about ready for Fall. Inch by inch, I feel it coming on. Fall harvest, leaves dropping, pumpkins, apples, wind, darker earlier in the evening, cider, baking, knitting, sewing. Oh, and, the young bucks are growing fuzzy antlers, even though they still look way too young to be sporting such grown up attributes. sigh.
I have been wanting to find a dress pattern that has big pockets, because, being a farm lady, I need pockets. I came across this on Farmama. Perfect. It looks like a vintage pattern, so, I'm not sure of it's accessibility. But I'm gonna try to find something like it anyway. Any suggestions out there?
We have been trying like crazy to use up all of the pounds of food our great garden is producing. I am currently baking zucchini bread. It's 11:22 pm. What have you been making?