The tree are starting to turn already, the bean fields are changing over to yellow as they prepare to dry out for harvest. Last week the temps were still around 100, this week we are breaking 70's with low 50's overnight. It's insane how quickly it's cooled off, but I'm sure enjoying it!
The windows are open today and a lovely breeze has been drifting through the house. I love the smell of the fresh air coming in. I'm tempting my neighbors by cooking bacon near the open window LOL! It is great to not need air conditioning 24/7 at this point.
This past week or so I've been working at my away from home job at the railroad depot as well as at the sewing machine here at the house. At the depot, I have a little bag with me that has hand sewing equipment in the Pioneer Woman design (yay Walmart!), and some yo-yo templates along side some pieces of scraps that are too good to be tossed out. Yo-yos make great accents and are super easy to make. I also have strips of the fabrics cut to twist and stitch into little roses. Those make great little brooches or hair clips. The newest items sewn are little girls' harvest/Thanksgiving fabric skirts with contrast hems, found in both www.sunnypatchcottage.etsy.com and www.thealabasterboxattire.square.site.
I hope you are having a wonderful September so far! I absolutely love this time of year, with the color changes and cooler temperatures. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do!
How have you been doing? I'd love to hear from you!