While we are beyond grateful that we do not have to deal with hurricanes like so many others, we are still getting tired of our cloudy and rainy autumn (and the remnants of Michael headed our way are not going to help)! Even though things have quieted down a bit on the farm, we’ve still been quite busy, and I’m behind on everything again! This weekend will be my last working my summer job at the farm stand, so hopefully I can get caught up after that. We’ll see. We have a lot of big things in the works here, especially on the blog!
Luke has been hard at work on his trick for this year’s Trick or Treat Giveaway hop, coming next week! This giveaway is going to be HUGE, so trust us, you don’t want to miss it! We had a big breakthrough with Luke’s trick today too, so I was pretty excited about that.
Someone also has a big birthday coming up, and we are planning a special giveaway, centered around an exciting announcement about something we have in the works. That big project is what will be keeping me quite busy.
The sun has made an appearance here and there, and I was able to get a photo of our autumn display at the front of our house.
It just needs a black cat on the doorstep, right? I want to get Samantha outside for another “field trip” soon, but in the meantime we pulled this photo from the September archives.
That was back when the sun was seen around here a lot more!
At least we’ll have plenty to keep us busy while we wait for that special fall weather and foliage we usually enjoy here in New England. I hope we didn’t miss it – the rain and wind are knocking a lot of leaves off the trees already, so the window is getting smaller all the time! A big frost is expected this weekend, which will probably put an end to the gardens. We also heard the word “snow” mentioned in the weather forecast – I wonder how the farm birds are going to feel about that? The guinea hens already take to squawking just went the rain starts coming down harder! I’m sure that will be fun and entertaining, even though we’re not ready to see any of that white stuff yet! The “crazy birds” are bound to give us more blog material along the way too. 🙂
What’s going on in your neck of the woods?