We spent five glorious days at our friend's farm last week. Everything moves at a slower pace there and I just love it. There is time for long dinners, mile-long walks and time to share coffee and conversation with friends, face to face instead of facebook to facebook. The weather was perfect for apple picking, tree climbing and exploring all the fall flowers crops. (I went a little wild taking photos which can be found here.)
My friend's farm is know as "probably the largest bittersweet farm in the world". I love that. "Probably". He doesn't know for sure, but he certainly has a lot of it. How I do love bittersweet, the perfect fall flower.
That gave me a chance to work on my Halloween ATCs for Amy's yearly swap.
For each card I have a little pumpkin that can hide in the tree stump (when it gets scared). Each pumpkin has a happy face on one side and a frightening face on the other. Although my son thinks it's more of an angry face. It's been a while since I made ATCs and I forgot how much I really enjoy working on such a small scale. I think I may have to do more of these soon.