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Friday, October 9

zumpkin reveal!

Remember this? 

So...the questions is,  is it a pumpkin-shaped zucchini,
or a zucchini-skinned pumpkin?




The great reveal...


I'm saying a pumpkin-shaped zucchini...while it's not hollow to carve, it does smell like a pumpkin and those seeds, well they look like pumpkin seeds to me! Yep...saving them to plant next year!

Lately, the days have been ideal...mornings that start off chilly (38 degrees today) then end with brilliant golden shadows and a flurry of dust as farmers harvest corn and soybeans. We had a bonfire Wednesday; roasting hot dogs and enjoying ooey-gooey s'mores...one of my favorite ways to celebrate October.

And so my calendar tells me tomorrow is "I Love Yarn Day", I think it's time to whip up a little something cozy for winter!

Happy Friday; below are a few of my favorite pictures from this week.

cheery blooms...




















        smiling goats...










morning shadows...



my favorite farmers' market!


harvest-time...















a forgotten apron that was tucked away...

now washed & pressed, the colors are perfect for Maizy...
she's just inside the camper door alongside a vintage
gingham apron and a new apron made from
glamping fabric. They make me smile!
 













2 comments:

HIBISCUS HOUSE said...

Great post! I like the pumpkin and the combine, the cute goat, the pretty flower, and the aprons! Love them you know! I can't wait to see what you make for the winter now.
Dolly

Windy Meadows Farm said...

Thanks for stopping by Dolly...great to meet another MaryJane's farmgirl!

 
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