We have had fabulous weather for finishing up the outdoor cleanup from late summer and early fall. I'd say I've raked enough...just ask my back. Our leaves are loaded into wheelbarrows and taken to our compost. That's where I also leave scraps from the kitchen and always a little something for the night scavengers...raccoons and skunks and most likely stray cats.
Since we have had our Thanksgiving here in Canada (very, very strange)
it is time to look forward to Christmas and hope we can be with our family on that day.
The OH is decorated for Flo and a well-insulated box put inside the door for any little critter that may need a dry place to take refuge during the cold months. I doubt Flo will mind as long as it's not David...the King of the Wild Frontier..
Outdoor wreaths are up and lights are there but will remain unlit 'til December. This morning we got hail, rain and snow. So it is a cold, wet Sunday; one to get some indoor projects done.
These will be enjoyed with tea. :-)
Do you have a favorite tea? Mine is Yorkshire black tea. And now they have a Yorkshire Black Tea GOLD. Oh.my.goodness...so good.
I continue to work with Cora and her dermatitis. She is looking better, feeling better but has a way to go.
If she could completely heal from this it would be a wonderful Christmas gift.
She loves to watch the birds and squirrels from the bedroom door that leads to the porch. It helps that I throw peanuts out there daily.
The birds are wonderful to watch through my kitchen window.😍
We are still working on our front porch. We are up against the weather now. Please.no.big.snowstorms.yet.
My china cupboard is decorated for winter. Just a few winter trees and a wreath to make the home more cheery.