Our summer was short lived, but we've enjoyed each day. I am not ready to let summer go but I see the signs of fall creeping in. The crows have moved into our area and the grass is starting to seed. We have begun to see the morning fog rolling in and the nights are getting a little cooler.
How did your hydrangeas do? Mine started out beautiful until we received weeks and weeks of rain. The blooms started to turn brown on the ends and before long the flower would die. For the last few weeks, we have been very dry with no rain but today we were blessed with a couple of rain storms.
I was able to put out a little raised bed garden, I have been missing the canning part of the gardening.
I think I will have enough to put up some salsa! Oh, I hope so, I want to teach our girls how to can.
Oh yes, I am planning to give a canning lesson to a few young ladies (ages 6-11) on how to can apple butter. It should be so much fun!
Real life ...puppy paw prints all over the porch.
I have loved my quiet morning and evening visits on the porch this summer. Take time to visit yours.
Until next time,