I don’t know about you, but we are pretty firmly entrenched in fall here in Middle Earth. The burning bushes are turning red and the trees are turning colors and dropping leaves. The goldenrod is in bloom and the ragweed is outdoing itself. Eyes red and itchy, nose runny, ears plugged. We are all at our best here. But, it is FRIDAY. The sky is bluer, the clouds whiter and puffier, the sun sunnier on Fridays! Welcome to you fabulous Friday!!!!
It has been a busy week, so very little knitting has been accomplished. Still slogging on the “private knitting issue”. Booooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrriiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnggggggggggggggg.
But, I do have a picture.My front door decked out for early fall. Love Indian corn in the fall. When you put up another wreath, put the corn on your fence and the birds eat the kernels. I am going to paint the door a dark dark blue. I just need a less humid time to do so. It’s unwise in an urban/suburban area to leave you front door open wide all night. Or, at least, I think it would be unwise. Maybe, I’m just a tad too careful.
I have a birthday party this weekend and next weekend and then, next weekend we’re going to the Strange Festival across the river in Illinois. A festival that encourages individualism. How rare. This weekend will be cleaning/laundry/groceries/etc.
And, to send you into a mellow weekend, Nancy Griffith and “From a Distance”:
Have a good one!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!