Sunday, October 23, 2016

Weekend, WIP, waiting

It's been a strange weekend. The weather, though dry and mild, has felt weird, like it's on the verge of something, and it's affecting me. Or maybe I'm projecting; either way, I've had a sense of foreboding.

But I'm not sitting around waiting to see what, if anything, is going to happen. Last week I finished one gift-knit and delivered it, and started in on another one.

Our middle pasture has recovered enough to turn the girls out for some fresh grass (but they were more interested in maple leaves – otherwise known as sheepy potato chips – at first).

There were photo opportunities to take advantage of.
We celebrated a family birthday and Pastor Appreciation Month, too.

That's it for now from . . .


MiniKat said...

I hope your sense of foreboding is unfounded. Looks like the sheep are enjoying themselves!

Mama Pea said...

Maybe it's just the change of seasons that's affecting you? I know I often feel discombobulated before one season settles into another.

A :-) said...

Perhaps you, too, are at a liminal place . . . when things are about to change but you don't know how or when or why. If you want, we can hold cyber-hands as we walk forward into the unknown. Whatever is coming will come - never hurts to know that someone has your back


Thistle Cove Farm said...

October has been warmer than usual and is ending with some chilly rain. November is usually wet in the valley; interested to see if we have more rain. The chimney has been cleaned, the furnace has been clean and now it's time for me to get back outdoors and do chores.
Make it a wonderful day, Michelle!