Monthly Archives: October 2018

Sprouts on Sprouts on Sprouts (Brussels, that is)

Hello Farmgirl Friends!

‘Tis post harvest season up here in Alaska, although we have yet to experience any real damaging overnight frosts.  It’s been an incredibly warm and balmy fall for this neck of the woods.  While Mother Nature is allowing for a longer than anticipated season, we just really didn’t have anything left to harvest.

Warm Blissful days on the farm!

Warm Blissful days on the farm!

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October {What Does It Mean To You?}

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October is my birthday month and so I’ve always kind of loved the thought of October!  Even though it means that my precious summer is over, I still go into October loving the whole sound of the name!  I love October here in the South where the Azaleas really come alive in my flower beds!

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Finally, Fall! And A Very Vintage Halloween…

 

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Happy Fall, Y’all! What a long, hot summer it was! I usually adore the hot weather, but this year was extremely humid, hot, rainy and uncomfortable. I felt as happy as Linus in a pumpkin patch when Autumn “officially” arrived, and we had our first cool fall day here in New England!

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