Donna's Day: Creative Family Fun
Last updated 9/30/2020 at 11:05am
Leaves that were green may be turning to brown, gold and red, but summer's growing season isn't over yet.
Tall and free, sunflowers still climb upward like Jack's beanstalk. Their bright yellow blooms sway with afternoon breezes, crossing property lines and surpassing the heights of fences. So full of life and growth, I recently observed a bright sunflower bold enough to peek into a second story window.
Lower to the ground, to accommodate my 16-month-old granddaughter's reach, a few cherry tomatoes ripen for her picking in our backyard. Lurking under a last pepper, three zucchinis are ano...