A battle all day at work...
Last Monday my sweet friend and I headed up Rattlesnake, a hike we have done before. This is in the town I live over looking the lake. It is usually very busy but we caught it on a less busy day and up we went.
The day was glorious!
After we got to the top we lounged on the rocks and ate snacks and talked, perfect! We are pretty good at social distancing and we donned our masks when we met someone on the trail. That was the first time I had used a mask on a hike not that great let me tell you.
I took a trick or treat pumpkin and cut it so I could wrap it around the light in our lamp on the driveway.
Then husband got in the attic for something and found our ghost.
He is holding an orange pumpkin it just doesn't show up when I take a picture. And the pumpkin above is the same as the picture before.
I have a few Halloween/ fall things scattered around.
I made pumpkin bread with cinnamon sugar on the top it is very good. And I will settle down with a piece and a cup of tea after this post.
Husband has lit the fireplace, we are tucked in. It gets dark so early now.
I wish I had done a before picture but this is the wool I had shown last post in the dye pot. It came out great! It was a horrid gold.
We have a weekend house guest this is Kora her family is camping no dogs allowed. So she has settled in with her grandparents and is enjoying herself.
Jack's crow why do I have such issues??? I ripped out for the third time husband looks over and sees the large holes and says.
"Oh my God what happened to your rug can you fix it?" Um I rip out all the time, I guess he had never seen the aftermath lol. I started laughing for some reason it struck me as funny.
Jack's crow is done I will show a better picture when he is bound I am going to give this a try this time.
And this is the first time I have hooked on two different rugs at the same time. I have lots of half done things that I put away and start on something else, but this time when I ran out of wool on one rug I would work on the other. I am almost done this one too and it will be a pillow.
Husband had a Dr's appointment this week about 45 minutes south of us to our capital. He called me at work and said "How about I pick up Olive garden to go for dinner tonight." Now I know this is just a fancier fast food but we have nothing like that near us. And I didn't have to cook! We were both thrilled with it and had plenty for a second meal. Kind of crazy what makes us happy now days.
His big appointment in Boston that he has yearly has been moved to a zoom appointment. We are thrilled it takes us 2 plus hours to get there to see this Dr for about 15 minutes. The traffic is horrid and we are exhausted when we get home.
I hope you all are enjoying the fall and safe from hurricanes and fires. Have a great week.