I feel like I've been flying around like a moth. It doesn't seem like I've gotten anything done. The garden is dying, except for the huge weeds and a zucchini that has been hiding out. I'm thinking of turning it into a wagon for my grandchildren. A few wheels and a sturdy rope ought to do it.
September flew by with quilt show, program for a guild at the other end of the state (almost exactly 400 miles from my house, the garden and doctor's appointments. Sheesh--you know when you're getting older when the drives seem longer and you make it through all the waiting room magazines.
October promises to be even wilder. A business trip, quilt retreat, a trip to visit the grandkids. Can't wait!
Back to the lunar eclipse--we should be able to see part of it but clouds have been arriving and leaving all day. Let's hope for leaving in time to see the sky.