Little by little, the peaches are being eaten. I haven't done anything major with them. We've had a few fruit salads, which have included our peaches, the first pawpaws of the year, and whatever else was available... blueberries, pear, etc. This afternoon, I have some peaches soaking in Fair Game Beverage Co.'s Ferris, and look forward to having them for dessert tonight. I'm also looking forward to trying some grilled peaches, something I've never tried. I've seen and saved several recipes that sound promising.
The dear souls at Hospice gifted me with this lovely stained glass piece, by Amy Keith Barney, when I returned after my Mom's passing. Isn't it lovely? The little metal chickadee above it is one I bought at Brightside Gallery for my Mom this past spring. She often called me her "little chickadee". It makes me happy to see these together.
The sunflower patch is looking good. I love to see their cheery faces when I pass by. Our hopes are that the birds and other critters will leave enough seed for us to save for winter bird feeding, and some for us too. I've been doing a bit of canning. Yesterday, I dry canned 50 lbs of grits, and 45 lbs of oats. Today I canned quarts and pints of tomatoes. I hope you're enjoying these late summer days.