I can’t deny it any longer.  It’s autumn.  A turning point in the life-force-driven year of my garden.  Chrysanthemums are here, pumpkins are ripe in the field.  Yet, still shining in all their punch-drunk dizzying glory, are the golden rudbeckia and sunflowers ~ all showing off their miraculous optimism. 

September is a gratifying month.  There’s garlic in the barn, pickles in the refrigerator, sauce in the freezer.  I think the humble beauty of vegetables is amen-astonishing.

 

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It’s September.  So, get some veggies… and dance.

Toni 9/2/14

11 thoughts on “SEASON’S EATINGS

  1. Good musical choice. Here in PA the summer weather is still hanging on with an extra helping of humidity. My sunflowers are done. I don’t think the tomatoes can get any redder.

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