September Reveiw

Over a month...REALLY????
The month of September has flown by on wings. Thank you for your encouraging comments on my last post,  it is amazing what a little support does for a girl. As for my tests.....I passed my middle school concentration with flying colors....Argh but did not pass the math, I did better then last time by 15 points but not enough. I did hear that they are lowering the required score in October, we will see. As for September....

Retro after school snacks for the boys

Seed collection for next year

The above are these giant marigolds, I have not always been a fan of marigolds but have come to appreciate both their resilience and ability to ward off predators of the garden, not to mention their deep and varying color (I have a lot of these seeds if anyone would like some shoot me an e-mail)

A little thrifting for fall- I will post the after later

Lilli playing college ball in her sophomore year= road trip for me

Ginormous tomato that dwarfs the toast of my all time favorite sandwich.... that tomato was divine... I had two of the yum.
I have, YEAH, subbed quite a bit this month and between that have been working on items for an October craft show. My first since the 90's yikes. perhaps I will even be so smart to photograph my creations before the sale. Perhaps.
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I felt like the grandma in The Nutty Professor when I saw you had a new blog post (meaning: I was basically jumping in my chair, clapping, silently chanting your name). Those snacks look amazing and I'm interested to see what you come up with for the owl guys!! Bummer about the math (SUPER awesome about the MSC test, though!). Eat some oat bran before the test next time. I hear that helps.

And coffee.

And, of course, chocolate.

It's all in the food.
LeeAnn said…
I've been in the process of collecting all my seeds too! Last year I planted a white marigold and had three plants germinate from the whole seed pack, but they were worth it. I saved the seeds, planted them this year and was pleasantly surprised to see three variations. A few plants came back just like the parent, so I will be collecting seeds from the biggest flowers. Want to swap? You should be able to reply to this comment via email. :)