It is nearly autumn. Hopefully, this will be the last week of 90+ degree weather and next week I can get some serious work done in the garden.
This last week, I spent most of the week dealing with canning peaches. Ugh, the peaches beat me up and nearly won! But, more about that in another blog post.
I have four small apple trees in my garden. And the best of them are the honeycrisps! Big, beautiful, crispy, juicy, sweet. Perfect apples. I thin them a lot and then bag them with plastic baggies in the spring. The baggies keep the nasty coddling moth out of the apples. Hubby and I decided we need to plant a larger honeycrisp tree in the spring.
This week, I plan to focus on my ArtFire shop a little more. No more major canning. Maybe a project here or there but no more marathon sessions this year.
I have some autumn colored polymer clay leaves I've been working on. And I have clay mixed to make a few more. I'm thinking some sort of necklace, but I haven't really got it completely thought out yet.
I want to get these finished up and move on to some Halloween ideas that I have. Things I should have been working on a month ago. At the rate I'm moving they should be done for next year. Maybe. . .