Howdy folks! Hope everyone had a great weekend. Things were nice and relaxing here. Not too much going on (although fun stuff is in the works). I thought I'd share a photo of my geraniums. I really love geraniums, and I have some on my front steps every summer. I decided to dial back on the summer flower purchases this year though. Only three pots of geraniums, and nothing in the porch baskets. Just seemed like a good summer for a break. I'll be back in flower power mode next summer though.
We've been enjoying our usual crew of visitors to the bird feeder so far this year. And a new guy showed up this evening: an eastern towhee. I'd actually seen a pair of them in the back part of the yard in February, but this is the first time I'd seen any at the feeder. Always love seeing new birds on the porch!
I've been up to quite a bit of stitching recently. Some of it I can't show you just yet (waiting on my first magazine publication, squee!), but here's a sneak peek at a reproduction that I hope to released in February (yup, we're doing some long term planning here). This is the mostly finished top third of a rather large sampler. I am having so much fun stitching it, and hope others will be interested as well! Not only do Adam and Eve make an appearance, complete with explanatory verse, but there's a gorgeous rendition of Solomon's Temple as well! Like I said, lots of fun. It may be a little early to start sharing previews, but I wanted to show something I've been working on!
The cats are being, well, cats. This first shot is a rare snap of the elusive Miss Priss. Most of our house guests never get to see her sweet little face. She's so funny, and so very, very shy!
Princess is highlighting the fact that I am not the world's best housekeeper by holding down the pile of 'clean' laundry on my dresser. At least she hasn't thrown the tap shoes on the floor. I'm auditing a tap class Tuesday evening to see if I can still hoof a bit. If all goes well, I may be spending my summer stomping my little heart out!
Dear sweet Lucky! He looks exhausted doesn't he? Must be from all that unwanted smashing of buttons on the keyboard. He can make typing a blog post quite challenging!
Til next time, stay safe, and stay crafty!