Mowing season is upon us. I’m so thankful for our riding lawn mower. We finally were able to start the burn pile today.
Addy had a good view from the inside.
We were outside to see our water feature before Addy had to go home for her nap. After Addy left with her auntie Laura, Dear and I tended to the burn pile and did a lot of weeding.
My sister Vera was here for the weekend and she was a hit with Addy. Addy couldn’t say Vera and calls her Sarah. Too cute.
We managed a selfie at Douglas Falls with Vera and enjoyed some meals out on our drives to and from Spokane.
I’ve been moaning so much about the foggy pattern we have been in that I could not delay in showing you the turn in our weather. It will not last forever or even until Thursday so I had to hurry up and post the photos of the beautiful light in my corner of the world.
Romans 13:12 (ESV)
The night is far gone; the day is at hand. So then let us cast off the works of darkness and put on the armor of light.
Of course you notice that all the leaves I picked up in my mower last week have been replaced nicely by my neighbor’s huge maple. Today I hope to
vacuum mow the latest fall leaves up again. Seeing the leaves that still remain on the trees we’ll have to mow at least 2 or 3 more times before we retire the mower for the winter months.
Instead of cooking today I’ll be mowing.
If it’s Tuesday, it must be La Corona.
On Tuesdays at this old house we go out for Mexican food.
Do you have traditions at your house each week? They don’t have to revolve around food, either.