• We’re in to autumn finally. That means lower temperatures, more cooking, and apple picking. It’s been years since I did the last one of those. So, to the orchard I went. I’m still working my way through the bushel of Fuji and Cortland apples that I bought. So far I’ve canned apple butter and a sort of pie filling/stewed apple. I’ve also given away a bunch of apples to friends and family. Maybe one more run of apple butter to finish off the last of them.
  • We’ve decided to host Thanksgiving at our house this year. That means a few different things, but first among them is getting furniture finished in time for there to be a table. This has been a great motivator. I’m almost done with the base already.
  • Work continues around the house, including trying to finish repairs from the electrical upgrade we had earlier this year, trimming shrubbery outside, and getting ready for winter.
  • I’m still making good progress on this year’s reading goals . You can see what is currently on the bookshelf over here.
Updated: October 6, 2019

Inspired by Derek Sivers by way of Patrick Rhone. This page will be occasionally updated with what I’m planning and doing.