Fall Favorites Tag

Happy Tuesday and Happy Fall, Readers!!  The high today is supposed to be 70 degrees, there is a 100% chance of rain, and I am thrilled! This is perfect beginning-of-fall weather. I am so happy to have made it through the heat of summer and be into a season that feels kinder to me. To celebrate the beginning of fall, today I'm doing the Fall Favorites Tag. 

Yarn Along // September 2020

Yarn Along is a monthly link up hosted at Small Things. The point is to share our yarn-type projects (such as knitting, crochet, or similar) as well as the books we are reading. I love watching others’ projects develop, and of course I love hearing about the books people are reading, too! You can see everyone’s linked posts and the guidelines at the host’s site, here.

2020 Garden Chronicles #7

I hope you had a wonderful weekend, Readers! I managed a three-day weekend for Fourth of July this year, and while it was not what I anticipated when I first found out I would have three days off, it was definitely good. Last week things became very stressful at work, and being able to be both physically and mentally separated from that environment for a few days was restorative. Many of the reasons for last week's stress do carry over into this week, but I'm hopeful that everyone involved had a chance to relax this weekend and will come back into the situation with a little more peace and perspective. 

2020 Garden Chronicles #6

I hope you had a wonderful weekend, Readers! I managed a three-day weekend for Fourth of July this year, and while it was not what I anticipated when I first found out I would have three days off, it was definitely good. Last week things became very stressful at work, and being able to be both physically and mentally separated from that environment for a few days was restorative. Many of the reasons for last week's stress do carry over into this week, but I'm hopeful that everyone involved had a chance to relax this weekend and will come back into the situation with a little more peace and perspective. 

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