Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Some Last Images Before the Snow Hits

Pansies growing in the driveway on Monday.

Flowers still blooming in Judy's rock garden.

Making beet-goat cheese ravioli Sunday afternoon.

Folded and finished ravioli.

Cooked ravioli, with Costa Rican lobster. Yum!


Anonymous said...

Nice phill !

I mowed the lawn on Sunday. The self mulching option on the mower has been working wonders this year.

We cleaned up the yard, collected sticks from the woods, started up a tiny fire in the firepit, hauled the TV out on the porch and watched the ch2 debate.

After the debate, the tv off, we sat around and talked of our grandchildrens future out in the village.

It was a wonderful fall evening.
Prayers, hopes fulfilled and hug to all.

Anonymous said...

Delicious! Is making ravioli difficult?

I love your sweet pansies sticking their pretty faces up, determined to stay to the very end of summer. They are my favorite flower!

Philip Munger said...

It isn't difficult, but it can be time consuming. Worth it, though.

flying fish said...

Persistent driveway pansies are the best. I have a courageous flock of purple ones that have snuck in to the "lawn" too.