Monday, October 20, 2008

A learning Experience




What a weekend! I decided to take the plunge and start a little shop on Etsy. What was I thinking..... Who would think of all the things one must do to get that "little shop" started. Wheww wee! Being somewhat computer illiterate I proceeded with great caution. One must think out their policies, shipping, the banner, your profile (huh :-), etc, etc, etc (right on Yul Brenner). Needless to say Teddy was really put out. He was being a snoot. Sooooo I paused and we went for a walk. Guess what we found?
While I was trying to be computer savvy Fall had arrived.... and it is glorious. Teddy had his little nose in the air sniffing all the new Fall smells. The colors were inspirational. We traveled around the property and saw that our pond fish were slowing down, getting ready I guess ,to hibernate for the winter. Amazingly I was able to catch this photo. They had eluded me all summer. We walked on and there was Tom three stories up staining logs. (This job will never end) But it will look fantastic. Ted and I traveled on to my favorite summer time bench for one last look before






heading inside. We went around the property to the front door as my favorite tree was in full color. We are the evergreen state so when we get Fall foliage it's a real treat. Back inside I had a cup of good ol" Earl Grey tea and a cookie, or two..... Teddy had a biscuit and all was well with the world. Now back to the computer, grrrr.

3 comments:

prairiethistle said...

Thank you for the lovely comment on my blog. I hope to get back to "A Crazy World" soon. Also trying to work on a mystery quilt, that I started at retreat, while I still have the motivation.

Judy S. said...

Thanks for visiting my blog, Sharon. Great pictures of fall here in the PNW; it seems the leaves are beautiful everywhere this year. I saw your comfort dolls on Pat's website...they are very cute!

Sharon said...

Thanks Judy, I am afraid the leaves are about gone. Looked out this morning to snow on MT. Si. I am not ready for winter. NO no no....