{ sew a baby quilt } & { pizza }

5 Nov
We’ve been wonderfully blessed with an extended beautiful autumn in Minnesota.  The first week in November is nearly over and I’m still without a heavy winter coat, hats, and boots.  It’s grand that the season is continuing because my fall list is still not complete!  (And will it be completed?  We’ll see.  It may carry over into a winter list.  I like this whole list thing …)
I finally finished this baby quilt, made and sent to my college friend, Deb.  Deb and her husband, Scott, welcomed daughter, Isabelle, into the world last week.  I’m eager for more photos on facebook but understand the new parents are most likely otherwise engaged.  Perhaps even a trip to Arizona to visit the family is in works for February.  I just want to hold her.  I hope they have received and enjoy the warmth of the cozy flannel.

The pizza stone is called just that – and I finally can say that I baked a pizza on the said stone.  Check.  Pepperoni with a string cheese stuffed crust.  Lots of cheese as pizza is meant to be.


{ get lost in a corn maze }
{ bake a pie }
{ prepare a pot of chili, beer bread, invite friends over to enjoy }
{ step on the crunchy leaves }
{ sew a baby quilt }
{ homemade pizza on the pizza stone }
{ attend a wine tasting }
{ make and share these }
{ 10k training – the hiatus is over – it’s back on }
{ find a fall festival }
{ cabin weekend. a hike to the fire tower }
{ scarves.  puffy vests.  boots. }
{ read a for-fun book }
{ cheer on the twins from target field }
{ take a stroll around a lake } 
{ pick my own pumpkin.  carve.  light. }
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