It is Fall! I still can’t get over how happy I am about that. I really don’t like the heat of summer. Can you tell? We had our first freeze of the year. Not bad considering our average frost date is Sept. 20. The cold means I can finally start wearing my woolens! Hooray!! I die of the heat if it isn’t super cold so I really like the cold weather. It means all of my knitting and spinning gets put to good use now.
I have a busy fall schedule lined up for the shop. October 14 I am teaching a beginning spinning class and we have our monthly group get-together. On the 20th and 21st I’m taking part in the Boulevard Shoppes. It is the first year for this and it is shaping up nicely. I’m excited so see all the fun stuff that will be there. I’m closing the store on the 28th so my family can take me to South Dakota for my birthday weekend. And just like that October will be done. My favorite month of the year and it is going to fly.
Before we know it November and the holiday season will be here. Thanksgiving and Christmas are always a busy season, but perfect for lots of good wool projects. I’m working on a date for a knitting class in November. Nothing is set for sure yet, but it is in work. And November is Wovember. Will you take part?
Off to more stitching and planning! Happy first frost day!