Sometimes bringing the outdoors inside
can be stunning.
I just don't think I would be up to the
challenge of keeping this living wall
I remember one day that Mikey was working
here and it was raining non-stop.
He was assigned to work on this wall.
He spent the entire day picking any leaf
or plant that was not green from this wall.
Know that this happens all of the time here.
Even as Chelsea and I were visiting there was
a man working on the wall.
A lot of work, for sure, but,
the results are definitely worth it.
It is fascinating!
Another project that kept Mikey busy
in his final weeks as a Seasonal Employee
this year was sorting pine cones.
We would ask him day after day what he
had done that day and his answer remained
"I sorted pine cones."
We would ask him what he meant.
Sorted them by size and shape
for some projects.
It was fun to get to see the end result
of some of the pine cones....
There were several of these
See the gold?
I loved the soft pinks and whites
behind Chelsea here.
While much of the color theme
seems to be red and white this
soft palette was a nice contrast.
So soon the evidence of Autumn will be gone.
I was happy to capture this cheerful leaf that
decorated our path.
A little bit of fun
in the children's garden.
One who is leaving childhood...
and entering the world of adulthood.
May she mature....but never grow out of
her youthful spirit.
It was a cold morning and so we were
anticipating many shivers as we took
Thankfully, the sun was warm and we
were quite comfortable.
It was fun.
See the stitches?
They are gone as of today.
What a very enjoyable day!
Thanks for letting me share it with you.
Hope you'll visit there too!