Bye, Bye, August

August is officially over…

‘sniff’

September to me says “FALL”

                                even if 3/4’s of it is really technically still Summer.

But the world around me is already tucking away the green of summer and donning their Autumn colors,

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The mums have arrived at the Garden Center…

and my garden is fading fast.

I see a truck load of mum’s in my future,

maybe, just maybe that will keep my flower addiction assuaged.

I can tuck them in some pots and decorate the porch of my  Studio (aka Art Cottage)

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I can plant a few in my Buckets for an Autumn touch,

maybe snuggle a few pumpkins up against them.

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I can get a brazier or raised fire pit to add to my new Garden room, to enjoy sitting by

and maybe roasting a marshmallow or two.

That should warm me on chilly Autumn nights.

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And I always have my homemade, oh so delicious Pesto to bring back sweet memories of summer,

each and every time I eat it.

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(actually had some tonight, and it is to DIE for!)

I need to make another batch, I don’t think the 3 gallons I have in the  freezer will be enough to last all winter. Smile

So that being said I guess if I throw myself into some Fall decorating I will talk myself into letting go of Summer.

Around these parts there is a hint that Winter may be a dilly.

Sigh!

Next time I will share all the signs I did for August. 

Hmm, I think I should be working on some Fall themed signs…

any suggestions??

 

Good bye August…

 

Hello September…

 

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5 Comments

  1. Love the back yard and that pesto looks absolutely delicious!

    Happy day to you!
    karianne

    1. This batch of Pesto has been absolutely the BEST! I think it is the switch from Parmesan to Asiago cheese plus I roasted the pine nuts. My basil is ready for picking again so another batch is on the way! 😀

    1. Welcome…and I haven’t really figured it out yet either. We are to enjoy glorious summer type weather all this week and I intend to revel in it! 😀 The smoke is much lighter so being outdoors is much more doable. I am going to play in the garden all I can. Even if it is getting it ready for winter.

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