CherryGal’s Fit of Pique Mosaics premiered at the Warrenton Farmers Market last Saturday! I was so pleased with the response! I will be preparing numerous new pieces for the Harvest Festival on October 14, so I will not be returning to the Farmers Market this season. It has been great fun, made new friends, and it was very rewarding! For the Harvest Festival I will have Fit Of Pique Frames, Trinket Boxes, Jewelry Boxes, Trays and Garden Pots. Hope you will come to Town Center Warrenton NC 10 am – 4 pm on October 14 to see CherryGal’s Fit Of Pique crafts and Lucky Like Dog Biscuits!
It’s the season for decorating with pumpkins, autumn leaves, pinecones, and more! Before you know it, Halloween will be here, then Thanksgiving, then Christmas! CherryGal.com is offering some beautiful holiday decoratives from Bethany Lowe, Olivia Riegel, Ragon House, April Cornell, Burton and Burton and soon … Fit of Pique! There are centerpieces, wreaths, ornaments, snow globes, frames and more! Hope you can take a moment to visit and buy!
And so much more!
My thoughts turn to Autumn, my favorite season. I love the shortening days, the changing light; the cooling weather, putting my garden to bed for the winter and winding down at the Farmers Market offering the last of the heirloom tomatoes, herbs and bouquets. It is also fun to bring in some special peppers and flowers to overwinter inside. Sometimes I get surprises, as when I potted up my Red Rocoto pepper and found a small garden snake curled up inside its original pot.
It is now time to start planning for Spring, both what seeds to offer for the 2018 season and making the hard decisions about what seedlings to offer in the Spring, because the earlier I can start those the better and since space for growing is limited, these are difficult choices.
My attention turns also to my CherryGal.com store which is now filling with wonderful seasonal decoratives. There are snow and water globes of all kinds, wreaths, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas figurines and ornaments, holiday table linens and special gift wares.
However, this year, as the seasons turn, my thoughts and prayers are with all those affected by Harvey and Irma. So I am also praying and donating as I am sure you are doing as well. What else can one do?