Welcome to the Weekend Coffee Share! Can I get you some coffee? Or tea? I baked some tomato bread this morning, I’d be happy to make you a sandwich if you’d like to try it?
We’ve had a windy week with fall temperatures. Not cold, but colder than the summer months. We’ve had some rain and there’s no need to water the garden anymore (probably not until next spring.) There’s a thin layer of yellow birch leaves on the ground. There’s still a lot of leaves left on the trees as well. This is what the trees outside my kitchen window look like right now.
It’s funny how the aspen trees in our area usually turns red quickly, while the birch trees turns yellow. What’s the weather like in your area?
I’ve had some great bike rides, and some great shorter hikes in a nearby nature reserve area this week. I also invested in some new lights for my bike. I got new ones last year, but I bought some inexpensive ones, that doesn’t do the job the way I would like them too. I am very pleased with the new ones. They certainly do the job. I have no connection what so ever to the brand, I’m just extremely pleased, and comfortable knowing my bike commute to work will be safe this season.
What are you up to this weekend? I’m hoping for some shorter hikes, and perhaps some gardening time. What I should be doing though is schoolwork, both reading and writing. (For those of you that are new to the blog, besides working full time as a kindergarten teacher I also attend school part time, studying for a Degree of Master of Science, Main Field of Study: Educational Work.) Perhaps I’ll do a little bit of everything, it’s easier to concentrate on school with some fresh air in between sessions. I often divide my days into blocks, first something I need to do, then something I want to do, something I need to do…and so on.
I hope your week is fabulous! Thank you Natalie for hosting the Weekend Coffee Share.