Maybe I say this too much but I love this season. As much as I like Spring when it becomes green, or Summer when vegetation is at its strongest and most vibrant, I prefer Fall. I love walking on leaves and hearing the scrouch scrouch sound. I love that the leaves carpet sidewalks and lawns. If I had a house, I wouldn’t rake my lawn. The leaves would stay there until they are blown away. I love that squirrels are fat in Fall. I love that people put coats on their dogs, that I have to wear a scarf and gloves, that my cheeks sting from the cold, that I finally get to wear my sweaters.
It means that Christmas is coming with snow and wind and intense colds. It means it’s time to bake for the Christmas party and the gifts.
Double Chocolate Walnut Chunks cookies, p. 23 of Canadian Living, The Holiday Cookie Collection 2010.
Hmmm…it smells like quiche, a quiche with too much cheese in it. You guessed it, I’m baking a quiche. Very simple, mushrooms, yellow pepper and tomatoes and all the cheese I had : cheddar and feta. oh and 4 eggs and 1/2 cup of milk.
I just wanted to empty the fridge a bit. I tend to buy lots of stuff and the fridge is crammed and so are the freezers. Since tonight is the night I go pick up our vegetables and fruits box, I thought I would empty the shelves a bit.
Wow, I am hearing a bit of National Geographic again. There is something between my roof and my ceiling and there was a fight just when I was about to finish my post. Oh. Okay. The scratching and screaming is almost finished…oh it started again. Almost sounds like ducks. So weird. The guy is coming tomorrow to check what is going on.