I'm between projects right now. Always, with quite a few in the "progress" stage. And not just stitching. I still can't quite believe it, but our tomatoes and bell peppers (inside the greenhouse) are still going strong. A miracle! But after the last few cold nights the rest of the garden is fading fast and needs attention. These outdoor tasks do seem more urgent as the weather waits for no man. Not here in the northwest anyway, where rain is always sort of looming on the horizon. So no time to waste as it's been sunny and dry here for a few days in a row. I picked the last of the green beans, canned more tomatoes, bundled up bunches of herbs to dry, and collected a few seeds for next year's plantings. Still need to put in a few more hours out here before it's all covered up, tucked in, and put to bed.
Some of the trees are already starting to go through their color transformation. So pretty. I want to frame a bunch of leaves and herbs and hang them up somewhere. This oak leaf was one I did a few years ago. It's faded quite a bit, but still looks grand.