Maybe you would like to see some of the pictures I have taken since September? I'll show them anyway. About at the time when the computer crashed, I saw the most exotic butterfly in my life:
The Red Admiral. They are rare visitors in Finland. This one was warming itself on the sunny wall of our new garden shed.
We put up the bird feeder early in October, and the birds returned to our yard quickly. The first portion of seeds was gone in a week, but as the Autumn has been unusually warm, the second fill wasn't needed until last night.
This squirrel has already changed fur for the winter, the reddish brown is only left in the legs. He was sitting in our oak tree, apparently resting, and I thought he was just like me with my second cup of tea and newspaper, when I sit at the breakfast table alone after the men have gone to their duties: my nose drops closer and closer to the paper as I'm almost falling asleep again.
The trees had beautiful colours
but they are gone now.
These little balls of yarn have been machine washed in hot water, rubbed a little to smooth the surface, and sent to Stephanie for her birthday some time ago.
With my PIF gift to Kaite in Australia, I sent a small fabric basket for her mother Coralie.
And look what she sent me in return:
The prettiest little daffodil pouch is handmade by her, and the cute house brooch is from Kaite. It is Spring down there, and daffodil time. Thank you, Coralie and Kaite!