Hello Sweet ladies,
I am home from working at the fencing site. It was a lovely night tonight. We worked a little past dark and the stars were absolutely gorgeous. I also saw a momma deer walking into the brush........ very beautiful. The area we work at has lots of deer that come through.
Tonight is going to get down to 27 degrees. When we got home from working in the cafeteria we had to get all the tomatoes red and green, cayenne peppers, bell peppers and onions picked so they wouldn't freeze. Now I want you to know I am not bragging. I just had to show you how many tomatoes we picked on the 4th of November. 8 big boxes and one little bucket of veggies. I can't tell you how grateful we are! We will keep some of the green ones and let them ripe on their own. We have had tomatoes clear into spring. You just keep them in a cool place, not the refrigerator. I will can the red ones or if I don't have time I will clean, cut in half and throw into a freezer bag. Some of the green ones will be made into Green Tomato Relish. It is a great gift to give for friends and family during the holidays and very easy to make! I so want to use the new canning jars I got the other day that I showed you! I let you see when I get some made.
While I am in the truck when I am not helping my Phil I read, stitch, crochet or what ever I might need to be sewing. I love this book! It is one of my fav's. It is called Autumn by Susan Branch. Looks like they have some on Amazon as low as $8.95 new if you would like to check it out.
Her watercolor paintings are sooooo sweet! I just thought I would show a peek of this book, so if you are interested you could look into it. It really is a sweet book! I will be doing a little decorating hopefully this weekend. I used to do more............decorating.......ugh! Smile.......I am thankful.....it's just that working outside the home does take away time from my HOME.
Oh one more thing! My sweet Little Red Hen........ is gone. I don't know if Shelby ran her off or what. I have a friend that just lost a duck and one of her chickens (who lives not far from me) to an owl. Ick! That is not even nice!
Hugs sweet ladies from my Farm to your HOME. Continuing to pray for you all!