It was a weird summer, weather-wise, and autumn no different. I didn't get any Hydrangea blooms (boo hoo), but I have some flowers blooming now that one would never expect in NY in October. I'm posting some of those pictures, but I've also noticed Clematis, Centaurea Montana, and even a rose blooming. Honestly, I don't know if that's good or bad! Thankfully, my area was not part of that east coast ridiculously early and awful snow storm of last Saturday!
How about you? Does hustle and bustle describe you? Has your weather been weird?
About soap: I've been slowly working at labeling and shrinkwrapping my stockpile of soap. If you want something, go ahead and ask. I might have it ready, or I may have it ready in a hurry.
|The Begonia is what is showy here|
|Coryadylis, usually blooms in May|
It's gotten cold here in NY. Leaves are falling and we're getting our first hard frost. We're thinking chili, hot tea, and our favorite autumn scents, pumpkin and apple and spices.
To celebrate, we are featuring our two fall soaps:
Spicy Pumpkin Pie
They are available for just $5/bar, $1 off of our usual $6. Don't hesitate, though, they are available only while supply lasts!
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