Greetings and Holykisses,
Barely made it here while it's still Monday!
I've been trying to get a video to load but I guess I'll have to try it without adding any pictures.
I'll keep you in suspense what it's of. No; no more possum chases; not today anyways.
The picture above is of some of the vines I found. Ran out of room in the bucket so had to lay abunch across the front of the four wheeler. About half way across the pasture I noticed my bucket was empty. Then I had to back track to find it. ha ha
I've also been cleaning out the potting shed for Fall; and decided to bring one of the old washtubs to the house for winter. This one housed potting soil all summer, but it got a good scrubbing and now resides in my craft room.
Instead of potting mix, it holds fabric and polyfil.
Boy oh boy, have I been up to my eyeballs in polyfil!
I know these look funny with their bare prim stitchins but.... just wait! Before long, they'll be given character and personalities. The one on the right looks a little like ET right now; but that's the way the pattern makes her. lol
Still have alot of stuffin to do. Finally tossed it all in a corner for awhile and headed back outside!
As I passed by this bush, I thought I saw a snake but it's just a lighter shade of tree branch. My Mom gave me this years ago; it's called a Walking stick bush. I haven't clipped any branches yet, but will as it goes more dormant.
Also picked a few pears. The deer have been eating the crab apples. About every other day, one or two deer are seen standing at the base of the tree.
The persimmons are starting to fall to the ground too.
But none of us are too crazy about those ....
I did bring home a few pine cones and nuts to add to baskets though.
Riding around the woods was so much fun. I got off a few times picking to pick things up. Sure hope the chiggers are gone now! I rebuked them and the poison ivy too!
It's funny we look out at the pastures and wish there weren't so many of those yellow weeds out there. Nothing will eat them... not even the donkeys. But they sure look pretty to me in old bottles and jars. Now I've gotta decide if I want to make a garland or a wreath out of all that muscadine vine. Hope I have some time tomorrow to do something with it.
Til we meet again,