We’ve been enjoying Indian summer in our part of the world. Those lovely days when the leaves have begun to change, fog envelopes the valley, the sun bursts forth in the afternoon, followed by cool evenings. It’s a lovely time of year.
The MR invited friends over from work last night, so this week I’ve been busy planning dinner for 12 with food that appeals from ages 1-60. It’s so nice to have a lazy Saturday with nothing on the schedule and time to sleep in and recoup.
This week amidst my scurrying, I was entrance by the play of light on the deck. Shadows can be so captivating.
I love how the drops of rain and dew on the glass table turn into shadow bubbles and clouds.
As I turned to go in, I noticed the arc of the tomato vines.
I love how the central table support mimics the curve of the tomato vines. Sometimes you just can’t improve upon nature.
The MR just reminded me that the 20 pounds of peaches I bought from a roadside truck are attracting fruit flies in the pantry. So much for my lazy Saturday.
What are your weekend plans? Do you stop at those stands on the side of the road? (There’s a farm stand at the bottom of my hill that’s been my supplier all summer.)