... the animals have to be patient while we decorate them and take their pictures. Thank goodness for digital cameras that allow for less-than-cooperative poses.
... the last of the summer crops gets pulled from the garden. I still have a few tomatoes ripening on the kitchen counter, and had fresh yellow pepper on my salad last night, but this will soon come to an end. Below is the plethora of pumpkins at season's end!
... the most delicious broccoli you ever tasted is harvested in the afternoon and eaten in the evening.
... the house smells like collards cooking.
... snow is in the forecast! An unusual occurence for Raleigh, but flurries are expected tonight. Unseasonably cold temps are predicted for next week, too. Final touches for keeping the animals warm and their water unfrozen must be completed today!