The time passes so quickly when you are busy. After I started the school, it's been non-stop! Studying for general study classes, producing projects for art class, finishing painting the rooms, taking care of family, and my minuscule Etsy business.....
But I took a moment to enjoy the colors of fall leaves. In the afternoon sunshine, they were so beautiful. Walking in the quiet woods with red, yellow and orange, listening the wolves hauling (but they are in the cage in the main area of the park so we didn't need to be afraid), it was great fall afternoon.
The lilly leaves get red, too. I didn't know that! I love water lilies. We need to go back there when it gets warm to see them blooming.
Now that it is getting cold, the farmers market is getting smaller. In a way, it's easy to find a spot to park, yet it's a little sad to see some venders go.
But I found chestnuts. That made me smile. I love chestnuts. My grandmother boiled them and cut half, and served them with a spoon. But I decided to roast them in a oven.
I was going to use them for sweets, but they were so good as is, so they were all disappeared before I could use them for baking. Now I have a reason to go back to the market. Next time, I'll get more. I'll make chestnut puree.