We are having an incredible fall, here in the Pacific Northwest. I honestly can't remember the last time it rained. Things are so dry that I actually had to water yesterday to keep my rhododendrons alive. I'm not complaining, however. I really like taking my walk at lunchtime when it isn't raining and when I don't have to worry about a change of clothes for the way back. I also enjoy standing outside with my morning cup of coffee and breathing in the smells of the pine trees. These are the moments that remind me why I live here and I enjoy them all so very much.
Having finished my yard work, and what I think might be the last time I mow the lawn this year, I turned by attention to finishing up piecing the Forest Fantasy quilt. I think that it is fitting that the weather cooperated and I was able to take its picture outside with the woods shading part of it. My next step it putting together the back and then getting long-arm time. Maybe I will be lucky enough to get that taken care of this Friday. Next up, my long neglected Spinster quilt. But, Spinsters are patient so I know that she's fine.