Despite our best intentions, yesterday was just too windy to rake leaves. Cold and windy. All day long. So we went on an exploratory mission to this place:
I’d been wanting to check out the Habitat for Humanity ReStore in a neighboring town. It was much bigger than I expected – full of furniture, building supplies, old shutters, sinks, doors…you name it. We loved poking around in all the piles of old stuff. Don got some old metal pieces for a project he is planning. I got some vintage architectural pieces to use in some sort of yet-to-be-decided-upon project. We plan on going back weekly. You never know what might suddenly appear.
I had husband take a rather wind-blown picture of me in order to show the new flower pin on my jean jacket.
I love it. It makes me smile. Thanks, Debi! (Don’t like frown line between brows. Was I always frowning in my youth?)
Both of my rose bushes are flowering one more time. I cut some blooms yesterday and like the way they look next to the white pumpkins.
This is what some of us are up to this morning:
While others cannot use wind as an excuse any longer to avoid raking leaves. It’s sunny, beautiful and calm. Do you think I could train these dogs to hold a rake?