WEEKEND POST 147
North Carolina generally dances to its own finger-plucked tune for juuuust about everything, and seasonality is without exception. Yet, I’m beginning to sense that the intense summer sun is finally fading.
No less humid, mind you, but I welcome any respite offered. Then again, with the decline in daylight hours comes the decline of the harvest. Our fresh Celeste figs + yellow pear tomatoes already slipped away, and the basil is soon to follow. Sure will miss those summer garden gems.
Are you enjoying appropriately cool, crisp and clear days? Maybe you even have a riot of ever-changing leaves coloring the landscape? I hope so, and that you have something fall-y planned for this weekend. Between remodeling our stairs + yard work, we’re going to the local nursery’s autumn festival to mingle with the plants + flowers, sip some apple cider, maybe feed the baby goats!
Happy last day of September!
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Some interesting, fun, delicious reads:
- September is National Cholesterol Education Month. DYK that a build-up of cholesterol and other deposits can block arteries and lead to coronary artery disease (CAD) – the most common type of heart disease in the United States? Knowing how to maintain healthy cholesterol levels is essential to your health — learn more from the CDC.
- Learn to home-make seven types of pasta from Italian nonnas.
- This revival of a classic novel that looks chilling + goofy at the same time.
- New addition to my Wisconsin scavenger hunt list. Also this. Who knew?
- Read the ABCs from space + sync your calendar directly with the solar system!
- This week’s pinned words of wisdom.
Recently on HGN:
- Maple Fig Shortbread Bars (Vg +V)
- Weekend Post 146
- Sharing my tips to try whole grains for breakfast in a new way for the latest Oldways “Ask the Experts” column.
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