Autumn has arrived because The Markham Fair is here!
Growing up in the Markham area, the Fair always marked the official beginning of Fall. As soon as the Fair arrived, you knew that you could no longer get away with not wearing a jacket to school. You also knew that the excitement of new binders and fresh pens had worn off, and now the teachers actually expected you to get some work done. (UGH! Really though??? Is it Thanksgiving yet!?!?!?)
So last night, my good buddy Amy and I headed on over to the fair to celebrate this new season by moaning and groaning over how adorable all of the barnyard animals (OK... Mostly sheep) are.
You just moaned and groaned a little yourself there, didn't you?
SO flippin' adorable.
These creatures just make me want to whip out my woolens and cast on some mohair.
|Even the sheep have the good sense to wear a jacket in the evening now|
|This category looks right up my alley...|
|Beautiful baby knits|
So you'd better be diving back into that knitting basket of yours, all you seasonal knitters!
And you'd also better be taking advantage of the Fall harvest! (Lots to do this time of year... isn't there!?!?!?)
I must also extend a big congratulations to my dear Uncle Guy of Farintosh Farms for winning a whack of 'First Prizes' for his beautiful produce.
I would expect no less! These peppers and tomatoes are perfect!
So while I do hope that you are maintaing a healthy diet (there is no better time of year to do that!), I also hope that you are taking some time to indulge.
Indulging in both some knitting time, and some donut time.
|Cinnamon Tiny Toms please! A Markham tradition.|
"Twist my rubber arm" you say!