When Zephyr got sick on Aug. 28, I was already behind posting pictures here. Obviously nothing happened with "Adventures on Zephyr Hill Farm" while Zephyr was so sick in the hospital. Barely over that crisis, Tropical Storm Lee hit us and took out our power for 42 hours. Oh, yes, I counted every single one!
Hopefully, adventures of that magnitude are over for awhile, and I can catch up on some of the smaller, everyday happenings that we prefer our adventures to look like:
I love this old chaise longue that belonged to my dear father-in-law. My cookbooks are right there within arm's reach. Farming and gardening books require me to move a bit. Children's story books are on the bottom shelf where Charis, and soon Kol, can reach their favorites. Charis and I have already enjoyed story time in this spot, so easy for a little one to climb up on and thence to Mimi's lap.
Wildflower Café in Mentone on Lookout Mountain, Alabama. We have a new favorite restaurant, well worth the 45-minute drive for Chef Ben's natural, hormone-free, humanely-raised food. Did I forget to say "delicious"?