In My Garden
It surprised me to see the tiny PW 'Pink Perfume' Bloomerang lilac planted last year blooming again.
These are the berries of Actaea pachypoda commonly known as white baneberry or doll's eyes. They're always an interesting plant in the fall garden.
It was a busy week last week and I took my hubby out for lunch for his birthday to a restaurant in the country called The Globe which is famous for their good food and presentation of meals.
In the spring I saw a journalling Bible mentioned on someone's FB and I had never heard of this type of Bible. After some research I knew I wanted one and saved points from our Visa card for Chapters Book Store and ordered it at the end of summer. I'm still at the tip of the iceberg for knowing how I can be creative in my new Bible but look forward to doing this over several years. Anyone else have one?
Our youngest daughter is a talented photographer and these are her two children a couple of years ago blown up on a canvas wall hanging. She had a Scentsy light burning below it and the grands were illuminated in a special way.
Three of us from our Canadian card and tea exchange group met again at The Old Curiosity Shop in Markham and enjoyed a Victorian Tea together. On the left is Margie from Tea in the Valley sporting her new witch's hat fascinator and across from her is Wendy from September Violets. I'm wearing my new fascinator purchased on the MI tea tour.
We had a wonderful time eating, laughing and having heartwarming conversations but did miss the other Ontario gals who couldn't make it.
The weather is much cooler in the mornings now and I have had to pull out a winter hat to keep my ears warm....the coat will be coming soon.
Take Time for Tea