The barn is cleaned out and new bedding has been put down. My pile gets destroyed everyday by the chickens who get in it and scratch! This is my flattened pile -ha!
After cleaning and re-bedding
Here’s the finished ditch.
My pagoda dogwood tree that I tried soooo hard to protect, suffered a loss of branches – even after I tied up some of the branches and begged the guy to be careful.
Makes me so sad.
My Dirty Dozen #5 for this month is quilted and today I’ll bind it and show you again that it is truly finished.
I think Connie is working on Oak Leaves and Acorns as well as her Tula quilt. She’s at the lake with the grandkids from the Chicago area.
My flowers continue to bloom and be so pretty this year.
The flowers are beautiful – the tall white blooms are elderberry and when they’re ripe I’m going to try my hand at making elderberry syrup. Anybody know if it works on Covid-19?
The inner workings of the blog are still not working – maybe the ads will appear again in a few days? I think part of the problem is that when the shop was open and our staff used my email address, etc, to set up these accounts, it got out of hand. I know I have never signed myself up for more than one gmail address!
This is what I’m reading – only on page 51 but so far, so good!
So hang in there – it’s a beautiful summer day, no wind, perfect for reading on the porch and when I get hot I can go to the shop and quilt another small project. What are YOU working on during these dog days of summer?