(For a soundtrack for today's post, click here.*)
So . . . I've finished another sweater.
I can't really believe I've knit so many sweaters so quickly lately. Because this is not how I usually operate. (It helps that they've all been cropped and/or sleeveless and/or knit at a bigger-than-usual gauge.) (Just sayin.)
I had planned to do the backyard-photo-shoot for this sweater with a backdrop of fall color. But that just isn't happening here yet (still very green). So I decided to use a pumpkin as a prop . . . in lieu of fall color.
But then I couldn't really figure out what to do with it.
So Tom said . . . Why don't you put it on your head?
And I did.
There you have it!
A pumpkin on my head . . . in lieu of fall color.
* I linked to Eva Cassidy's version of Field of Gold. This is one of my all-time favorite songs, and while I love Sting's original version, I find Eva Cassidy's cover to be just lovely. And so beautifully haunting. Enjoy.