The honey jars will sit in a sunny window for a few weeks, turning the jars daily. Last year we made elderberry infused honey, and we used the entire jar for hot tea and topping toast. I might make another jar of that as well. Both will come in handy for sore throats, and medicinal hot teas this fall and winter.
I'm spending lots of hours in my kitchen this weekend - making homemade dog food, more homemade condensed soups, and freezing more vegetables. However outside work calls today too.
There are baby Brussels sprouts on my plants, and I am totally shocked. Many of the plants died, but I found a few still alive. I'm not sure if they'll make it to full growth before it gets cold again, but I'll be watching them.
I got a surprise email Friday. Our 18 year-old came home for the weekend. Her pup is so happy.
Moondance and I had a date on the porch. That's the name of the yarn I'm knitting with. Even with the rain, and colder temperatures lately, porch time is my "zen" time.