This weekend was:
:: a lovely morning visit with my first doula baby and his mama
:: an afternoon drive north to view the beautiful changing colours of the season
:: a quiet evening on the couch knitting, drinking tea and chatting with my best friend
:: an early morning run, then pumpkin french toast
:: a family hike
:: a lovely dinner, just the three of us, sharing our gratitude before our meal
:: another quiet evening with a little more knitting
Today will bring a little more time in nature with another little hike, some gardening - the garlic will go in the ground and the strawberries will be put to bed for the winter, some yard clean up and hopefully a quiet afternoon by the fire and a little family crafting.
Wishing all my Canadian friends a Happy Thanksgiving.
Joining in with Amanda
Sounds like it was an absolutely perfect weekend. Oh, pumpkin french toast - YUM!!ReplyDelete
What a beautiful spot for a hike.
It was. And the pumpkin french toast is very yum :)Delete
love that 3rd photo! pumpkin french toast sounds delicious!ReplyDelete
Thanks Taryn. The pumpkin french toast is delish!Delete
Can't wait to try the Pumpkin French toast. What a lovely weekend... once again you inspire me to slow down (i.e., leave the mess and cleaning chores that keep building up) and just enjoy a walk in the woods. Thank you.ReplyDelete
My pleasure, I think everyone should be enjoying a walk in the woods :)Delete
Let me know what you think about the pumpkin french toast.
Sounds lovely! :)ReplyDelete
Look at all those beautiful leaves!!ReplyDelete
There are a lot of them around :)Delete
What beautiful pictures. I love the first one with different colour leaves.ReplyDelete
Thanks so much.Delete
sounds so peaceful! i do love the photos of the leaves and the thought of pumpkin french toast :)ReplyDelete
It was, actually, a perfect, peaceful weekend.Delete
Happy Thanksgiving! I miss the variety of fall colors. Here it is the golden aspen leaves. beautiful in their own right, but I miss all those pretty colors! I have to try the french toast!ReplyDelete
Thanks Jules! Let me know what you think if you give it a try.Delete
Happy thanksgiving!! Your weekend is the kind I like, restful and knittingful (if only that was a real word!)ReplyDelete
Thanks Karen. I like it, knittingful, it if perfect :)Delete
Sounds like a restful weekend! Ours was similar. Have a great week!ReplyDelete
It was, glad you had one too!Delete
Beautiful! And HAPPY THANKSGIVING :) Lots to be grateful for :)ReplyDelete
Thank you and yes so much to be grateful for.Delete
That first image is totally stunning!! Happy Thanksgiving!ReplyDelete
I have never eaten pumpkin french toast,but now I really want to try it!ReplyDelete
Glad you had such a lovely weekend.
You have to try it, it is so delish!Delete
Remember if you ever come North up by me to let me know, we can go for a hike! The colours up here this year are stunning, truly stunning. So much red and orange. I find myself stopping by the side of the road often just to take it all in.ReplyDelete
Sometimes when I make pumpkin pie, I make a double batch of the filling and then use that for French toast, it is heavenly. Your weekend sounds perfect. I hope you had a lovely Thanksgiving!
I will, it would be lovely to go for a hike with you. One day I will make it happen, for sure.Delete
Your version of pumpkin french toast sounds delish too.
A lovely weekend. Hope your week is just as wonderful. xxooReplyDelete
Thanks Julie, yours too!Delete
For some reason I missed this post :(ReplyDelete
Sounds like a wonderful weekend! Great pictures! What kinds of things are you & Reece crafting these days? I love seeing your crafty projects :)
It was! You will see next week, lots to share :)Delete