Summer has snuck out on me somehow and I feel like I've missed most of it. It simply went by too fast.
Don't ask me what happened to my days. Besides what I've already posted about, trips, painting, raising pups, I made a few things here and there.
Like this collage with hand painted flowers, modeling paste, and very old papers.
Many Thursdays were spent at craft day with friends.
After a long time of not getting to see him, my little buddy, Fin was around again for a couple of visits, and we went to the KC and Topeka zoos, and got to hang a bit.
I didn't get to spend nearly the amount of time I wanted to on getting ready for A Snowbird's Song. Some things got done, but I still have a set of kits to make.
I spent quite a bit of time in the garden and tending to flowers.
This silly doodle might have kept me hopping too.
As a matter of fact, I have a feeling that raising puppies and then keeping this girl is why I feel like summer slipped away. Those babies ate up a lot of my time.
As well as a rocking chair, some shoes, the cords to the strings of lights on the gazebo, multiple flower beds, and much, much more.
Now, the kids are back in school, and summer is winding down.
But I am not ready to call it over. Pumpkin lattes are being advertised, autumn decor is popping up everywhere, but seriously, it is still August, it is not fall yet. I'm not giving up on my favorite season, just because the kids are in classes again. There is still some fun to be had!