Acorns and Roses

Two weeks before Thanksgiving and in California we have acorns falling and roses blooming.  Feels normal for November.  I set off for the farmer’s market this morning with my camera in hand.

Falling Leaves in Downtown Brentwood

Falling Leaves in Downtown Brentwood

 

November Roses

November Roses

 

On the Thanksgiving Menu

On the Thanksgiving menu

 

Color in the vegetable world

Color in the Vegetable World

 

California Berries in November

California Berries in November

 

All-star Carrots

All-star Carrots

Our Farmer’s Market is open for one more weekend believe it or not.

There’s one more photo I took today…

Flannel for Baby

Flannel for Baby

I’m making receiving blankets and burp cloths for my new granddaughter who’s due to arrive in February.  Lily will have a new little sister soon!

Back soon,

Anne

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  • DeAnna Dodson - Awww, congratulations, Grandma! :)ReplyCancel

  • Tammy - Congrats to big sister Lily, I am sure she’s going to love being a big sis!

    Love the colours in your pics, and it has been a strange season seeing all kinds of blooms at the wrong time.

    The fabric in the burp cloths is adorable, how cute.ReplyCancel

  • Patricia G Hayes - Hi Anne,
    What a great idea bringing your camera along on your farmer’s market trip this day. I truly love the carrot’s photo, they are looking yummy. Some look like a variety I am not familiar with All your photos, the brightness made them all simply tempting to eat right now. hehe Don’t I wish. The berries, this must be your second of the season??
    Anyway thanks for sharing with all of us.
    Wow, this is going to call for more trips across the pond, another little body soon to be on your lap. How wonderful.
    Enjoy every minute with your family. PatriciaReplyCancel

  • Mary T Salmon - Lucky Grandma!! Great pictures.
    Love,
    MaryReplyCancel

  • Mary S - Congratulations on the new little one coming.

    No roses blooming here or veggies. Too cold.ReplyCancel

  • Hildy - Congrats for become a grandma again although the baby will be far away. But February is a great month, my birthday is 18th and sometimes the weather is quite good here then.ReplyCancel

  • Juanita in OH - Hi; Thank you for these beautiful photos. Congratulations for the new baby to come!
    There is nothing in the world greater than grand parenting. LOVE the fabric.
    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.ReplyCancel

  • mimi'sdarlins - Congratulations on your new baby granddaughter on the way! Your life is filled with ‘little women’, how wonderful. I love the sock monkey fabric (who doesn’t?), made pajamas and matching overnight bags for my granddaughters a few years ago. Have fun sewing for the new baby :)ReplyCancel

  • ada shave - The only thing that is growing in Newfoundland, Canada is snow balls. They started yesterday.ReplyCancel

  • Lorraine Isaac - Wish we had a market like that, what fun, enjoy, LorraineReplyCancel

  • Barb - Congratulations, Anne, to you and your family on the news of a new baby on the way. What a special blessing for all of you. Lucky Lily will be a wonderful big sister.

    Happy Thanksgiving to all!!ReplyCancel