September. Wherefore art thou, September?

I don’t know where it went, but it’s gone.  And now it’s October.  While I’m busy prepping a YA Buccaneer post for NaNoWriMo, eating hoards of turkey and pumpkin pie (yes, it’ll be Thanksgiving here in Canada in a few days), and planning my Christmas baking, I thought I’d share a few gems from September.



I loved:



♥  Star Wars Identities  ♥  THE TRAGEDY PAPER  ♥  buying shoes  ♥  holidays

♥  Talk Like a Pirate Day  ♥  Handmade Harvest Food & Drink show  ♥  plum shirts

♥  Pumpkin Spice Lattes  ♥  summer tomatoes  ♥ noisy neighbours selling up

♥  coffee breaks with new friends  ♥ Cafe Press   ♥ super cute red library chairs

♥  getting to be creative  ♥ my niece’s cute new haircut  ♥ Amos Lee (where’ve I been?!)



I’ll leave you with a fun little craft I worked on in September. It stemmed from a sign I made for the library this summer, and a patron asked me to make something for her daughter’s wedding. Vintage skis and a birch bark sign—all made from paper, foam core, markers and coloured pencils. Took me FOREVER, but they were fun to make and she seemed to like them.






Heidi Sinnett



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