It has been a very HOT humid summer here in Kansas this year and it seems it has been
the same for many States in the USA.
It's still hot and humid where we live but as
we turn over the calendar to the 9th month there
is hope of cooler days ahead.
Where I came from in the mountains of British Columbia, September is a busy month.
It's a time for getting firewood and getting the woodstove or fireplace ready
and finishing up the canning for the season.
The gardens are cleaned up and the tools
cleaned and oiled and put away until the coming of spring.
Here in Kansas most of us won't be putting the garden tools away for another month or more but those
of us who have woodstoves will be cutting and splitting firewood soon.
It will be a satisfying feeling knowing the woodshed is full of dry wood ready to keep us warm and cozy over the winter.
Oyster Inn UK
September is also a time to start our fall decorating.
Since this time last year we were still in the process of renovating our old cottage farmhouse...
I don't have any photo's to show you and this year I haven't even started decorating for fall.
It's hard to get in the mood when the temperatures
are still in the 90's!
So...here is some inspiration for you
from the Internet.
Home and Garden
I hope that you have fun decorating your home and garden for the season. I plan on doing a bit this year but with a HUGE young destructive dog outside and no fence or screened porch up yet...
I won't be doing much out there.
I look forward to seeing your photo's ;)
Have a wonderful September 1st!