Vintage rayon dress-Fairytail Costumes (RIP)
Faux lamb jacket-Goodwill
Vintage handbag-a thrift store in Western Massachusetts decades ago (it is starting to show wear)
Brooch and beads-both yard sales
"Did someone say, Squawk-tober?"
The sorrel the dragonfly is perched on was cut back ten days ago. I've never had anything grow as well as this sorrel. It overwintered in a large bag bed covered with a fleece, and at the first signs of spring was off and growing. I need to plant the winter garden this week (Spinach, kale, purple sprouting broccoli, etc.) but the insects have been so vicious I don't dare go near. We have these itty-bitty beasts called, "Pirate bugs" that are biting/stinging midges. They show up when the corn comes down and man, are they ever aggressive. I'm covered in welts from them. One more reason to look forward to a good, hard frost.
Anyone else do a winter garden? I'd love to hear what you're growing.