Thursday, October 9, 2014

A Break

You may have noticed that I haven't posted anything in over a month. Or maybe you didn't, in which case, never mind, nothing happened, nothing to see here.

"Things have been busy" is always an excuse, and never a particularly good one, when it comes to holding myself accountable, I know. But you see, this last month was *especially* busy. I spent the last year and a half planning a hugely massive wedding (not mine, that was nearly three years ago), which took place about a week ago. We had a wonderful houseguest. I got promoted at work. And like I said, the wedding was a week ago. So the last month was a whirlwind of everything coming to a head all at once, and between that and my day job, and my side business, and, well, life...the blog took a little hiatus.

But I'm back, and I have a bunch of photos on my phone just waiting to be shared. Photos of harvests and house projects and pickles and weddings and #YoCP progress. Plus, it's just about that time of year for turning the front lawn into a haunted cemetery, and I've been clearing room inside in preparation for holiday decorating. The weather's turning colder (sort of; this is California, after all) and I'm feeling very nest-y and ready for holiday crafting. Now that I have time to document and share (not to mention time to actually enjoy the bits of spare time in my evenings), I'm excited to take on new things and share them here again.

In the meantime, please accept this slightly blurry, mid-September harvest photo, featuring three very gnarly white carrots. It was a very busy blog break, but I'm glad to be back in action. Talk to you soon :)


8 comments:

  1. Congratulations on your promotion! It's very well-deserved.


    I think you garden with a bit of magic because your produce looks better than the grocery store's. Just sayin'.

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  2. Thanks, Britany! Our garden is a bit magical...though it's getting to be "everything dies" time of year now! Last year, we had random tomatoes and peppers throughout the winter, so we'll see what happens. It's looking a little like deathtime for our summer plants as far as I can tell. Maybe I'll take some photos this weekend.

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  5. I also congratulates you for the promotion and hope i get my promotion soon. thanks

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  7. New visitor here! We all have many of these days. A big long break to recuperate.

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