The weather turned hot again this week, and the last of the tomatoes are quickly changing color. The past month and a half since youngest son's wedding has simply flown by, with lots of events and little success with my crabby computer connection. Seems that too many of us rural folks have signed up to get signal from the same over-loaded Digital Path tower....
I'm the one in peachy-pink... my Officiant Outfit! I didn't take very many photos that day... kinda busy.
Labor Day Turkey BBQ at Grammie B's
Helped teach Sustainability and Yoga Workshop
Odessa's First Birthday Party
Her Grandma Susan baked the cakes, and made a special little one just for her... and her clever mama had already crafted her a special poncho to wear to keep from getting too cake-soaked. We had a grand time watching!
Start of my children's program (September 21st) - a major stressor since my two teachers are still out on medical leave. Thanks to the two wonderful substitutes, Kate and Yakshi, we are now off to a good start after switching everything around in our two class rooms during September!
Co-Grammie Susan's birthday party (last Sunday), shared with her mama
Lots of Gardening
Program launched (see above)
Roma Shawl making progress - just started the garter stitch striping!
Shalom Cardi to the waist, and my friend Jasmine is making progress on the version I charted out for her!
Lots going on, but little blogging... I know that my connection issues have been a big part of that, but I think maybe I have just been too busy living and not taking any time to write about it! I do love reading blogs and also love sharing what's going on, so am not throwing in the towel yet!
I still have three Sustainable Sunday posts in the planning stages, but that is where connection speed/timing out has really failed me. I sit down to try and research and get absolutely nowhere. Then, go off and knit or read for awhile. Here's hoping Digital Path makes good on those upgrades they keep promising me.
Harvest Moon on the Autumnal Equinox last week... blessed be!