Casting long shadows at the end of the day. We were leaving around nine, just as the sun was setting.
Good soup, hot tea and knitting weather. Not good if you have to be out on the road.
Not much accumulation but it’s supposed to be 8 degrees in the morning.
Wishing you an “ enchanted night” -just like the greeting card a friend sent to me.
My DIL made the little ceramic pumpkin in elementary school and I retrieved it from the trash years ago. And the metal Chicken Feeder turned into a Jack o’ lantern was a souvenir from Acton Massachusetts this past August when visiting friends.
This hydrangea bush was in Joan’s garden when she moved into her home in 1973. She’s done nothing to feed it.
“The name hydrangea comes from the Greek words “hydor” meaning water and “angos” meaning vessel. Which together roughly translate to “water barrel”. This is because of the fact that hydrangeas are notorious for needing lots of water and the cup shaped flowers. The name, Hortensia, is a Latin version of the French word Hortense.” From Plant Addicts website