Saturday, October 13, 2018

Lovely October Morning

Today is the first real day of fall for me. It was so nice to walk around and see how the leaves have changed and really felt like the world is a beautiful place.

Our leaves are turning rapidly now. I am so amazed at how each morning there is a little more red on the leaves. I need some orange colored trees out there. The nectarine hasn't started turning yet and it will be orange if I remember correctly.

I have been sick since September 20th. I have never been sick like this before and had no experience with something that made it so I couldn't push myself to get well. I am hoping that having the energy today means I am officially on the mend for good. I had what started out I thought to be the flu. Only it wasn't. Its not a good way to diet let me tell you. But enough of that. I am better and I hope to be back to my ole self soon.

I took a picture of the front yard this morning. Its starting to look like fall in the front yard. Ron reseeded the yard with winter rye a couple of weekends ago. We are getting small shoots of grass coming up. I know California and green lawns are important. Our yard has suffered so much since that drought we thought we would try to get something down so it wouldn't look like it was just patches of green here and there.

We really need some rain, as you can see from these leaves. We have had storms pass by but no traceable rain as of yet.

I did work on a small stitchery, by Brenda Gervais. I have worked on it a little and I was so sick this week, I couldn't even sew.  I am that close to finishing it.

I even thought if I ordered wool, that being able to dye wool would help me get well. I haven't been able to do that either. I realized how much I take my health for granted. Do you know what has made me feel the most well?
There is something in that multigreen that has helped me so much. I wish I had found it sooner. It says there are probiotics, and enzymes.

I just wanted to check in and let you know I am still here.

Blessings to you all,