Tuesday, September 16, 2014

It's Alright

Cool weather arrived quickly
and seems I cannot stay warm.
Putting sweater's
and warmer garden clothes
on shelf.

Weather forecast
Sunny and maybe a shower.
Some washed and put outside to dry
and here comes the shower
and it is alright with me
as they are garden clothes.
I look at them and realize
some of these tops are close to 10 years old
and does not matter if some have holes :)
 they are still my favorite.

One I am sharing my Sunday New York Times with
arrived this morning and brought these pumpkins.
Will pass on to my little girls when they visit sometime soon.
These images taken at her farm
last year.
A busy one
and supplies me with her handmade soap.

6 comments:

lil red hen said...

This makes me feel better; I have shirts way past ten years old! The gourds are pretty; I have one birdhouse gourd on my plants. Do you ever cook one of the pumpkins?

One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

I love all of my old clothes.
They are like friends. A trip to town put on something newer and when I return home immediately take it off and put back on something old - a habit.
I have had a birdhouse gourd in the past - not now.
Yes sometimes I cook a small pumkin and make a pie from it or soup is delicious.

Tabor said...

My old clothes are so comfortable and I do not have to worry about taking care of them! Halloween is just around the corner already!!

Balisha said...

Old clothes are the best for comfort around the house and in the garden, but once in a while...this older one...loves a new outfit. I do, however change immediately when coming home.
I was looking at clothing at a website called 'Soft Surroundings' one day and realized that some of my old clothes were soft as any they could sell.
Love those soaps :)
Have a nice evening....Balisha


One Woman's Journey - a journal being written from Woodhaven - her cottage in the woods. said...

Tabor and Balisha, visit again..

Wisewebwoman said...

I love my broken-in clothes, there's such comfort and memory in them.

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