Returning home from an exciting vacation can feel so bittersweet. Agreed? I think we are all still on Idaho time and moving slowly as we regain the rhythm in our day to day life. The laundry is finished, yard mowed, and the fridge is stocked once again.
August is usually marks the start of canning season but with a trip around the garden showed the chickens and weeds took over when we were away. Looks like tomatoes and pickling cucumbers will have to be bought this year. You win some and you lose some. Our fruiting trees and vines have plenty of goodness to offer if I can keep the chickens away. Sage is still unsure of what happened and why we left. We had loving friends to care for her, but she will not leave my side these last few days. Now we go forth with amazing memories and more to be made as August still holds some eventful trips, play dates, dinner dates, and picnics. Warm weather will not last forever. The falling leaves from the walnut tree and the ringing sounds of the locusts remind me that September is around the corner. I look forward to sharing pictures and thoughts of our trip this week. Jump over to my instagram page to get a sneak peek of our pictures.