Isn't this beautiful? This is the view we saw from our dining room table and the rainbow just seemed to get brighter and brighter as we watched! Since Tuesday we have had three days of 70-75 degree weather with bright blue skies. Perfect Spokane weather. I love my home.
Wednesday I made zuchinni relish with some zuchinni's a friend "donated" from his garden. We love this on sandwiches and especially meatloaf. The recipe belonged to Dennis' grandmother. She made this for years and years and the family all begged for it. Aren't the jars pretty?
I love the colors of the peppers and zuchinni and spices. And the taste is out of this world. I'm hoping that I can still find enough tomatoes to can for chili sauce and plain tomatoes when I get home from Japan. We've had the strangest growing season this year. Spring was so cold and wet that everything is late. I like to can my own tomatoes for chili, lasagna, etc. Much fresher tasting without so much sodium.
We have no plans for the Labor Day weekend except to rescreen a window and the patio door. (Someone tried to walk through it!) And of course, church on Sunday. This will be our first weekend with no plans for almost three months and we're looking forward to sleeping late! That's about 7:00 a.m. for us!
I leave for Japan a week from today and I'm getting SO EXCITED! I just want to thank all of you for making this happen with all of your contributions. I can't wait to get there and take lots of pictures for you all to see.
I'll be talking to you all again soon!