The plants in my garden are starting to look pretty sad now. The tomatoes are on their way to turning red and the onions have been pulled and are drying out now. Its was a bit of a bummer in the garden this year since my onions didn't get very big and my carrots are so skinny that it won't be worth freezing them this year. Oh well! I'm full of zucchini and I'm proud of my first year strawberries!
Look at these beauties! They just came off the truck today and my MIL and I will definitely be having a canning day this week. These are so yummy to have in the middle of winter and I also like to use them to grind up for baby food instead of buying baby food from the store.
We had a day of hauling in bales and managed to get 700 moved in. Hubby's grandpa comes out and spends the day driving one of the trucks with a flat bed, while the brothers-in-law swap turns with "Purple Haze" (above) and another truck with a flatbed. We'll have to have another day or two of moving since we still have about 2,000 bales left out in the field.
Here are a couple bibs I made as a gift for a friend who welcomed her second little one in July. I just love all the "new retro" (is that an oxymoron? Not sure) prints that they're coming out with now.
Have a good week everyone!