I noticed that the sedum on the far side of the retaining wall is much darker than the sedum on my side. It's a kind of bronze-y burgundy. Pretty.
And here's the daily Stella d'Oro. It was cool enough this morning that I turned on the furnace so it won't be too long before all of the flowers will be done for the season so I need to appreciate them while they last.
The drawing lesson today was to draw a little house. I'm happy with parts of it but didn't feel especially inspired by it. The mailbox is a little better I think.
Tonight at Friday Night Knitting I finished the body of the bib, one of the ties, and got almost done with the second tie. I'm counting it done because there's only about 2 inches of tie left to knit and the tails to weave in. I was surprised at the way the yarn color pooled in the middle section of the body of the bib and how the ties are coming out almost identical. I didn't plan that.
Today's toss was a paperback, coffee table book of maps.
The prompt today was to write about forbidden love. I got started writing about a teenager who fell in love with a college student in the neighborhood. She even made friends with his dog to get closer to him but then I realized that I was writing about unrequited love instead and stopped.
The sun shone for part of the day and it drizzled for part of the day too. I have high hopes that tomorrow it'll be mostly sunny and I can finally get out and mow the lawn. The grass is getting so long that pretty soon I'll have to use a baler.