Wednesday, August 31, 2016

Life Snapshots

The last day of August.  Sigh.  Fall moved in a few weeks ago, in spite of what the calendar says about when it's supposed to arrive.  Our trees have been turned and the leaves are starting to drop, the garden has been harvested, all but the potatoes, and we've had our first frost.  Hunting season opens in a few days.  Labor Day Weekend, the last hurrah of three day weekends is upon us.  Yes, Summer has left Alaska.

The Porch Postscript - Life Snapshots Week 5
The colors of the sky always seem so crisp with the changing of the seasons.

I'm reading Rising Strong by Brene Brown.  Really enjoying Brown's writing, this is the second book I've read by her.  I read Daring Greatly first.  I've got plans to read a couple of her other books.  Her books talk about vulnerability and the process of being brave and showing up.  There will be a review of this book in the future.

The Porch Postscript - Life Snapshots Week 5

Knitting.  Fall and cooler weather always pull me back to knitting.  Right now I'm working on this scarf that I found on Ravelry.  It's an easy make and is knitting up quickly.  Will be a great addition to my scarf collection.


I did a bit of rearranging in the studio, with hopes that it would get my creative juices flowing again.  I have projects on my list, but no desire to work on them.  I know the cooler weather will draw me back into creating soon.

The Porch Postscript - Life Snapshots Week 5

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