It turned out to be a cool and cloudy day, not the sunny skies and 70 degrees we were promised. That was all right for me as it gave me a chance to do inside things.
Like get my loom dressed and started on my beautiful bridal shawl.
|All white shawl|
|Loosely woven to take advantage of the fulling when done.|
I wish I could capture the sparkle. You will have to imagine it.
I couldn't spend all day at the loom It is time for window washing, storms to come down, cleaning to be done, so I did a little of that. Just a little, but here is evidence.
|Poor Cinderella, works so hard!|
|Last of the flowers?|
Did you notice that I don't travel in a straight trajectory? I jump around like this all the time. Must be symptomatic of something! Hopefully something positive.
As it is that kind of a day, the tomatoes finally got roasted. The poor tomato patch was very sad this year and there were never enough to put up in my usual way, let alone make my "ketchup". I decided to roast the few I have and freeze them. I understand this is a tasty way to preserve them. It sure was easier than putting them up in a canner!
|Laying in olive oil with slices of garlic and a sprinkle of salt|
They have to roast for a long time. Since I don't want to have the oven on all that time for just the tomatoes, supper decreed itself to be a pot roast. We haven't had one in a long time.
|Yummy carrots, onions, potatoes and meat|
Enjoy the season.