A Pleasant Afternoon

Yesterday was an unusually dry, warm day in the Pacific Northwest.  We couldn’t have asked for nicer weather – almost 60 and a nice, blue sky.  After Hubby helped friends load their moving truck, he came home and spent the afternoon raking leaves in the backyard with the girls (As you can see, the leaves were everywhere – it was quite a task!).

Little Hen kept taking breaks from the leaf raking to snack on some peas.  (Our Alaska, Tacoma, and Sugar Pod II varieties are still producing, and are miraculously healthy and free of powdery or downy mildew, despite the rainy weather of late.)

Of course, a few were left by the Garden Fairy’s house that Little Hen and her daddy made.  Afterall, she likes to share with her friends.  The peas absence in the morning will be evidence that her friends enjoyed her gift, of course. 

Wishing you a little late fall sunshine, and a handful of fresh, sweet peas.

2 thoughts on “A Pleasant Afternoon”

  1. Wow, it’s hard to believe you still have peas! It was warm up here, too, yesterday. You gotta love these gorgeous fall days. I’m sure there aren’t too many left.

  2. Thanks for visiting my blog. I just poked around your blog a bit getting to know you, what a beautiful, peaceful life you have. Your family is beautiful. I am so impressed with all the knitting you accomplish,I seem to hardly ever finish a project I start…and all you recipes!- I want to try that Pumpkin Banana Curry- we just cooked an Indian inspired meal last night.

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