To watch the sun sweep across the landscape.....
We even had a lovely rain storm blow in but I must have loved it too much and scared it off, it stayed but a day and made everything smell marvelous, leaving big, billowy white clouds the following day in it's wake......
still the sun has it's merits.
I've been busy tuning up the garden thinking about getting it ready for guests in December, I am the tortoise, there is so much to always do I try and stay with it and do it incrementally. One of my jobs was to move leaf mulch to the vegetable garden and when I did so I found the burial ground for all the June Beetles that flew around like zeppelins this summer. Those heavy, green, metallic bodies barely getting liftoff. They buzz quite loudly and are such clumsy fliers they bonk off your head which can give a scare to the non insect lovers. Think about a nearly ping pong ball sized beetle dive bombing you. As I moved the mulch and beetle parts I was hoping this winter the vegetables would somehow be larger and greener because of the secret ingredients.
Speaking about large and green..geez....do you have gigantic grapes in your market? These grapes are like no others, they should have their own category, a new fruit. Two grapes please, no thanks, I'm full. I must say they are delicious!
I've been hanging out with my deer friends, we gossip but....
we always follow the rules of the road, besides we are too busy to linger.
I have developed a sty in my eye which is quite painful, a job hazard from soldering and working in the dirt. It is causing the tissue beneath my left eye to twitch making me glad I'm working on the computer because it makes me self conscious like I look a little loony, a tweaker, a twitcher :) Luckily I still have antibiotic drops from the last time, I'll keep my glasses on.
I'm working in my studio, making stuff which I have been posting on Facebook, I hope you will follow me over there, I find it makes posting my work easier. Thank you to those of you that have already started following me.
Wishing you all good things, Twitchy Talia