There’s a crispness to the morning air these days and the sun is setting a few minutes earlier every night, but summer isn’t officially over until September 22nd. I love this last month. It’s harvest time. The garden is overflowing with tomatoes and peppers and beans and figs. The dahlias are spectacular, the California tree poppy is putting on a second show, and there are still a few sweet peas blooming in the garden. If I’m not working in the office, I’m working in the kitchen, making basil pesto, peeling and freezing peaches, and canning tomatoes. And at the end of a long, satisfying day, there’s always a good book to read.
Here’s what I’m reading this month:
On the Kindle: Family Tree by Susan Wiggs
At the gym: If I Could Turn Back Time by Beth Harbison
By the pond: Paranormal: My Life in Pursuit of the Afterlife by Raymond Moody
Books read to date in 2017: 50