It's officially the second day of autumn, and we're having a rainy, windy day in Kansas. But I don't mind since I'm warm and cozy inside with candles burning, a fresh cup of coffee, a good book to read, and this view out my window.
Our front porch cat (the mama of all those kittens we've raised) has been missing for a month – after disappearing two or three times for a week to ten days at a time earlier this summer. Well, guess who moseyed up while we were having coffee on the porch this fine September morning? Yep! Biscuit! Looking fat and sassy.
I called some neighbors, and so far no one seems to know where she's been or who she's hanging out with, but she's obviously being well taken care of. We're happy to share her with the neighborhood – as long as she stops by to see us once a month or so.
The garden is wild and wooly right now. Everything's a little overgrown, but I kind of like it that way. These Dahlberg Daisies and Wild Verbena are such a delightful mix. They just keep getting brighter and prettier.
Our daughter-in-law's parents recently moved to a new home with a pool, and decided they didn't have room for the fountains they'd had at their previous home. They gave them to the kids, who chose one and passed this beauty along to us! We forgot how much we enjoyed having a fountain trickling in the background. Lovely, especially as we head into autumn. Thanks, Rick and Chris!