…but I still have stuff to share from October.
Some fun times with Auntie Katie in the new outfit Auntie Laura and Uncle Josh bought.
These shots are still from our time at Dan and Jamie’s for the first annual family hunting trip in mid-October.
Fun with gramps and a box on Wednesday night before we left for home on Thursday.
On October 19th we said our goodbyes to Colville and to Dan, Jamie and Addy until next time.
Now back to the present. We have all kinds of interesting weather advisories across our state on this first day of November and the next few days. Snow has even been mentioned. The snow won’t fall on us but north and east of us it’s a possibility. Today I spent some time watching leaves fall from the huge maple in my neighbor’s yard. The leaves twirl as they fall and catch the light as they make their way to the ground. It’s kind of mesmerizing. We filled up our large yard waste bin plus one other bin yesterday and Dear rounded up mounds of leaves twice today.
Above is from our drive. The maple tree is just on the other side of that fence on the left.
Here is a reverse view with part of the tree pictured on the right. Half of the branches come out over our drive. Our privacy fence is on the left and you can’t see our home in this shot. We still have lots of leaves in our future.
This photo was taken in downtown Bothell at the Fire station. Fall really has been amazing here.
This was one of those random catch-up posts, a little of this and a little of that. What are you catching up on?
These photos were taken Tuesday October 17th. Auntie and Baba were Addy sitting while her mommy was at Bible Study.
We got a kick out of all her expressions and those eyebrows!
Looking at Auntie Katie and reaching for her hand.
We were tiring her out.
Tuesday the guys made a run to the dump and then were in the forest getting a supply of wood with a permit. When they brought the Lodge Pole Pines home they cut it down into sixteen inch rounds to Chop later. I was watching Addy while all the wood activity went on so I didn’t get a photo of the wood. After they cut and stacked it we got ready for dinner out at our favorite Mexican restaurant in Chewelah, El Ranchito.
Addy looks like a pro in the restaurant highchair. The padded high chair and shopping cart seat covers are such a great invention. I found this one in near new condition at Goodwill for $3.99. This was another full day with everyone dropping into bed early.
Back to the present: Our kitchen is ready for measurements to make templates to cut and prepare the quartz for installation. The new sink arrived today and the new cook top arrived last Friday. We picked the tile company we are going with for the back splash. We won’t purchase the tile till after the counters are installed. I’m parting with some items that have been on my counters forever and a day. I hope to get good photos for the before and after.
Today is Halloween. No tricks but I have a treat for you over at Mennonite Girls Can Cook. Click here to get the recipe for this treat…
I’m looking forward to seeing all the cute little trick or treaters tonight and shouting out a hello to their parents standing back and watching them approach our door. I’ll try to keep track as to how many come. I’ve got my old tupperware bowl full to the brim with a variety of candy. Do you get many trick or treaters?