It is finally starting to feel like fall.
It has been a bit too warm for a bit too long (climate change cough cough).
Now that there is a chill in the air, I can finally fully embrace it.
When the stores become inundated with “Happy Fall Ya’ll” pillows and pumpkin spice candles in August, it can be hard not to go overboard.
I have been trying to keep decorations to a minimum and keep them secondhand, handmade, or natural.
Both of these pumpkins came from garage sales.
Last year I knit this fall themed banner with leftover yarn.
Halloween can also be celebrated without having to purchase a brand new costume each year. In college, I went as a Jedi solely from stuff I found at Goodwill.
So go enjoy the season, but do it wisely!
Thank goodness apples keep for a long time because we are overflowing over here. I already gave some away to friends on Saturday and am even considering bringing some in for people at work.
This week is the end of the sweetcorn, which I am kind of happy about because I am corned out. Too much. And we still have some in the freezer…
What We Bought:
What We Learned:
- K pickled his first batch of green beans, we shall see how they taste
- I think I said this before, but omelets are great ways to use up some produce, paired with some homemade home fries