Sunday, November 1, 2015

November Again


Last week was an exercise in chaos. Heating and Air men all over the place, dog frantic due to comings and goings, relatives from Montana, illness, and then someone shot a BB into our living room window on Thursday night. We were not the only one on the block to get a hit. Irritating to say the least.

Then the rain set in and the chilly, damp air made it feel like winter. GRRRRRR. I am not ready for being penned inside. On Saturday we all, including the dog, seemed to crash. We hunkered in our chairs, ate leftovers, kept the tea pot hot, and in general felt sorry for ourselves that winter was coming. None of us like it. Biscuit would not go out into the wet. Looked back at me at the door as if saying, “Do we have to go through this again?”



However, today has been a lovely reprieve! The sun shined like a bald man’s dome; the sky was the perfect blue of brand new stone-washed denim and not a cloud of any kind in the sky. I baked a month’s worth of fiber muffins and the kitchen smelled healthy and as comforting as a log cabin in the Smokies. The tea pot was warm again too.

















Mid-morning Miss Biscuit and I took a walk, no jacket. It was perfect weather. We moseyed! Then when we got home it was time for tea and a book on the deck. DH joined in which meant a little more disturbance to the quiet! After lunch, a few chores and gathering the trash. But nothing  feel like work  when the sun shines and lights up the oranges and yellows of autumn. 




A new week, a new month ahead…I am ready for November!

 

5 comments:

Delores said...

I like your positive attitude.

Sioux said...

Claudia--Beautiful photos, and it WAS a beautiful day today. Hopefully many more before the bad weather comes...

Elephant's Child said...

Love your attitude - and those are glorious images you shared.

Susan said...

Oh Claudia, that was a lovely post. So glad the chaos ended and calm serenity arrived. Loved all your descriptions. Susan

Lisa Ricard Claro said...

You're keeping busy! I love the idea of muffins and tea, and I might have to invite myself to your house, because it sounds like a very comfy spot indeed. :)