Loving this proper October weather: getting soaking wet on the ride home, ploughing through piles of multicoloured leaves, and stocking up on dry wood for the stove.
Trying to pick up my knitting needles again. I can’t even remember the last time I had a project on the go. It won’t feel like a proper autumn until I’ve got one started.
Enjoying the novelty of being an accidental pet owner: we seem to have inherited Tom’s class hamster. He’s adorably tiny and reminds me of childhood days building Lego houses and toilet roll tunnels.
Juggling the day job. Tom and I are both planning exciting changes to our work next year. But in the meantime, we’re squeezing it all in to our evening and weekends.
Listening to lots of perfect tunes from this Scottish gent. I’m reading his tour diaries at the moment and enjoying his relaxed simple patter.
So, before October ends, I hope I can share with you a knitting project, a new business, and a Scottish book review. Meanwhile, I hope you’re all enjoying the delights of this stormy autumn!
These photos are beautiful. And I too want to get my knitting out. So I actually knit something in time for winter for once x
I love that top photo!
I seem to only manage mitt knitting – four pairs so far! Looking forward to seeing what you cast on and reading about your new business.