|last days of summer|
I know that I am already feeling like I need to sleep more and eat more (though that may be the pregnancy!) - there's that familiar hibernation instinct and a feeling of the need to gather provisions. If I had my own vegetable patch I would feel very proud to be gathering up my home-grown produce. We are lucky enough to all be gathering at Granny's this weekend for the Bath Baby Show and the Bath Children's Literature Festival so the cousins will be able to gather the squash from Granny's garden to add to a family feast.(I have used gather a lot in that paragraph haven't I - I DO like the word!)
Over at our fave blog Housewife Confidential I know Kat and her family will be celebrating the Autumn Equinox and I also know she has an enviable veggie patch as well as the ability to conjour up some amazing looking food. I think I'm going to give Kat's Spicy Butternut Squash Soup a go.
|Kat's Spicy Butternut Squash Soup at Housewife Confidential|
I'm also looking forward to a good stomp in the woods too - to get muddy and collect conkers and feel the sense of change in the trees and the air. It will feel good to embrace the new season and the West Country is a good place to do so.
Back in London there's the Realfood Harvest Festival on the Southbank. An event that celebrates the abundance of British autumnal produce. So if you're in the area, show your support for the amazing producers in this country.
Enjoy welcoming in the new season!
This is part of the Art of Living series of posts that bring you all the things we are passionate about and the things we discover in our lives as mamas.
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