That is what it felt like today- fall. I was awakened at 4 am by thunder and lightning, and the rain did not stop until after lunch. I managed to go for a walk between the first set of storms and the second that was rolling in just as we headed home. It has been noticeably cooler, and the sky has been gray and overcast most of the day.
I did manage to get a shot of a butterfly on our walk, something I've never been fast enough to do before. This butterfly seemed to pose on the flower before he finally flew off. I love the shot I got- with my point and shoot, no less!
I am having a hard time concentrating on anything- I'm planning for my upcoming trip in my head. Mostly, I'm wondering how I'm going to fit enough clothes for two very different climates in one suitcase. I got this tank done today, it will definitely get used in Florida.
I am so happy to have a tank top that fits me, since Land's End (where I used to buy loads of tanks) has decided to not carry them anymore. I had to tweak the fit, but it looks good. I am especially happy that my bra straps don't show, since I do not share the younger generation's nonchalance about exposed underwear. It drives me crazy to have my straps show, I can still hear my mother's voice on that one. Now that I have a pattern, I will be making lots of hand-dyed tank tops!