I know you’re all wondering about Telly and I’m happy to tell you she is eating well, sleeping, going outside with us, acting completely normal! I just want you to know what we’re thinking – she might have had these spots on her liver for a long time, with meds she might live a long time and be very happy. If the spots are cancer they could be slow growing, they could be benign, they might not be anything – we just don’t know and we will not subject her to surgery. We will give her our very best for as long as she’s with us! Thank you for all the well wishes – they are so appreciated by Rick and me.
It’s been a couple of dreary rainy days and I’m itching to get back outside to continue working in the yard. There’s always sewing to keep me busy. I FINALLY got these blocks together – I am really sick of this quilt by now – lots of piecing with no color which got very boring. It’s going on the longarm ASAP.
Here is the quilt in the book.
I love it! I love the colors!
Here’s Connie’s next color palette for another Country Threads updated pattern.
Hazel and her hedgehog!
Siri says “hi”!
Keeping this acreage looking nice is my main job. This hatchet job was done by the county in the right of way. It makes me so sad as I drive by, walk by or look out my north windows. These trees were not in anyone’s way. Since they had the use of a boom truck they could just as easily have trimmed the branches that could have been scraping farm equipment. They just cut them down instead. I can never make it look right again in my lifetime. I hate cutting down trees!!!! It brings tears to my eyes to even show you but like everything else that happens on this little farm, I share it with all of you on this blog.
It just makes me sick and there’s not a thing to be done about it.