Saturdays are typically, get things done days at my house. Grocery shopping in the morning and miscellaneous "honey-dos" for my hubby and I to tackle in the afternoons.
I've started to get out some fall things.
Along with getting out fall decor, comes dusting and I always want to move things around and get a different perspective or fresh look.
Today's "honey-do" was hanging some drapes in our bedroom. We've had blinds up since we moved in, but we needed some color in there. I'm happy to say we got that accomplished!
I started working on some winter hats for charity.
My sister is part of an organization that ministers to a group of homeless women who get support from a local YWCA. Her group puts together Christmas boxes for the women and this will be our contribution.
We are using the Easy Peasy Women's Winter Hat pattern. Which is, as the title indicates, very easy. The designer also has a three tier flower pattern on her blog that we are using to add a little fun to the hats. The links will take you to the two patterns.
One down, lots more to go!
I've got Rotisserie-Style Chicken in the crock pot and acorn squash steaming in the oven. It sounded like a good way to kick-off October.