We had sown a late crop of mixed green leaves and radish which are now getting close to harvest, perfect for side dishes and sandwiches along with a warming soup.
Another late crop was carrots which are not quite ready but will be perfect for the stews and casseroles that both my husband and I adore.
Over the fence, the farmer has ploughed the field a sure sign that the Summer has ended and that Autumn has arrived. The seagulls are having a wonderful time fluttering and flapping behind the machinery for an easy meal, preparing for the food shortages to come.
Nature at its finest, a wonderful way to pass an hour or two watching others work.
I am enjoying crochet at the moment and have completed several small presents in preparation for Christmas. Ski bands/ear warmers are such a quick and easy make so are an ideal gift.
I have an outline plan of Christmas gifts and have completed several, another year that I won't be under pressure last minute finishing off gifts on Christmas eve. Another batch ticked off...
Have you made a start with your Christmas makes?
See you soon.