Autumn has arrived, and with it the incredible colors that she brings. We have had a beautiful last week or so and I am enjoying every moment of it. We wake to thick fog covering the farm making it difficult to see from one end to the other. It often burns away during the day, leaving us with brisk sunshine- my very favorite weather. I have noticed that it begins to move in again as the sun is setting – creating this misty dream-like haze over the gardens.
I am enjoying time in the kitchen when the weather is cold. I love cooking things that take a long time and make the house smell delicious. I always find myself nesting this time of year- thinking of the coming holidays, making mental meal plans and this year, opting for small and quiet rather than big and boisterous. As my husband says, it is early and things could change but, for now, I think I would prefer to keep it low-key and peaceful this season.
We have a number of things we have been working on lately which has kept me from doing much blogging. We recently purchased a little house in North Seattle that is in the process of being painted and getting ready to rent. She is a sweet little 1947 bungalow and we call her Wedgewood House. I can’t wait to share more when she is ready and if you know someone looking for a rental in the Seattle area, send them our way!
As soon as Wedgewood house is completed we will finally break ground and get our deck and doors off the kitchen underway. I am SO excited about this project as it will be a space that I imagine I will use every day. With it being off the kitchen and partially covered it should be a place that we can use much of the year. I know that come spring we will eat most of our meals there when the weather permits~
I am also excited to open the shop for a three day pop-up in the next two weeks. It is long overdue but I am hoping you enjoy the new items and are able to find your old favorites as well! Stay tuned as I will announce the dates here on the blog a few days before she goes live!
There is something about foraging that appeals to me on a deep level.
A sweet Autumn post with a recipe that looks delish!
This treat would be very popular at our house!
Homemade candybars? What’s not to love?