…in my zoo!
Speaking of new…Happy Rosh Hashana to all our Jewish friends. The Jewish New Year begins this evening and ends September 18th. L ‘Shana Tova!
I finally put away my red, white and blue. My fall bins are ready to come down from the attic. I was at Target and saw these fall tin wall pieces and they were priced right for me…
I subbed out my plates for the tin pumpkins and pear for the Fall season. That might just be a tall skinny pumpkin but we’re calling it a pear after our pear bounty here. At Christmas time I’ll add something new again.
Here’s a closer view of the pumpkin. These pieces were $2.50 each.
On Saturday Dear and I went to Cabela’s in Tulalip and while he was spending his gift card from the kids I found this table top tripod for myself. I’ll be using it for my food photos.
I bought this crown shelf piece to incorporate with my Christmas and Easter decor celebrating Christ as my King.
My hydrangeas are fading but still beautiful to my eye.
The maple leaves are falling and before we know it the lawn will be totally covered! Look at all that clover in my grass…
Later on Saturday the work continued on the siding with Josh helping again. I made a big pot of chili for the workers to enjoy when they were done.
Progress is good to watch…
We are still promised many dry days and Dear is encouraged with the extra time to finish the siding before the rains come!
When our Saturday was almost done we got one of those dreaded calls that my dad had to call 911 because my mom was very disoriented and didn’t know what end was up. Family met my dad and mom at the hospital and the doctors think she had a TIA event. They kept her overnight and are doing more tests today. I’m happy to be flying down to Southern California next Saturday so I can visit with my mom and dad in person.
So…what’s new in your zoo!?