It was a beautiful fall day. The sun was warm but the air was a little crisp. Perfect in my book.
I did a few chores and headed to yoga. I took a class that challenged my sense of balance and my muscles. It felt good. Afterwards I walked across the street to the farmers market and snagged some spaghetti squash, heirloom tomatoes and fingerling potatoes. I then headed up the street to a craft fair. Some lovely crafts and hugs and visits with friends.
After stopping at the grocery store I spent the afternoon making soap. I was careful to let the temperatures of the two mixtures agree. I didn't rush the process as I would like to. After the first batch of lavender & lime was poured into the molds I cleaned up what I needed to and started a second batch. I tested my patience once again with a batch of sweet orange soap.
Roasted some chicken with a batch of za'tar that I had made and sauteed some sweet onions, bell peppers, squash and beet greens together for a simple supper. And while the chicken roasted my Dad surprised me with a visit.
Life is good.