So ... I hate to beat this GiveAway into the ground ... but it's all I have for now. My package is ready to be mailed to Ginger, but it won't be happening tomorrow (an all day class to teach) and possibly not the next day, either (um ... laziness.) Oh ... I decided to throw in a copy of my pattern. I think you can see why.

In other news: it was in the 70's here yesterday. This is big. Possibly ... Huge. I also try not to beat the whole we-live-in-Arizona-and-it's-hotter-than-Hades-even-in-October thing into the ground. But someone needs to.

Why not me?

Here's Li'l Gee perusing the pumpkin patch where he lives. It's always in the 70's there. He is wearing a sweatshirt. Sigh.

So ... someone tell me something about real ... fall ... weather. Make me smell the cider.

I dare ya.
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Mrs. Dub said...

Fall in Chicago is the best. (Unless you ask anyone who has lived further East and they get all, like, "Uh, I don't think so!")

Right now, I'm looking at red and golden trees that are already starting to drop their leaves at an alarming pace. Last week, the weather was brisk. (Yesterday felt like summer, but fall is unpredictable, you know?)

Glamma Fabulous aka Kelley Smith said...

Congrats to Ginger and I LOVE your wrapping-presentation techniques! no good fall weather from me.....

ginger said...

I am so excited to get the package! But please don't stress yourself to get it out, instead, enjoy your 70 degree weather!

brookegfunk said...

I am seriously contemplating a making soup and hot chocolate for dinner....mmmmmmm....but I think we are back to 95 this week .. maybe chilled gazpacho and chocolate ice cream

Sandi said...

I have just found your blog via a comment you posted on Freda's Hive and I love it!! If you want to see some fall photos, check out my blog at http://alegacyofstitches.blogspot.com/ We have had an especially lovely fall season here and it's not over yet!! Take a peek and let me know if you like what you see. No cider cooking but perhaps you can smell the burning leaves and feel the frost in the air! :-)