Somehow August slipped by without me noticing. We’re deep into September and suddenly the mornings are chilly, darkness arrives much earlier and as my grandma used to quote,
The goldenrod is yellow, the corn is turning brown.
The trees in apple orchards with fruit are bending down.
With all these lovely tokens, September days are here.
Autumn’s best of summer and summer’s best of cheer.
We are eagerly anticipating our Harvest Home Open House and Peddler Sale, Sept. 19-20 from 10-4. We will have primitive decor, pumpkins, dried florals, corn shocks, candles and wonderful, cozy items to decorate your home for autumn. Our primitive peddler, Carol, will offer her wares. She has wonderful wood buckets, primitive wooden bowls, utensils and time-worn treasures. She’ll also have several “show specials” that you don’t want to miss.
This weekend, stop by on your way to the Expo 2008 — Agriculture, Natural Resources and Conservation. It’s Sept. 13 from 10-4, just over the hill from Farmgirl Finds.