Oh, it was a hot day to mow lawn and do all the trimming that I’ve ignored for about a month now. Last weekend Moe was here.
She’s such a gentle soul and Hazel loves her.
Guess who’s hiding in this hydrangea – it’s the gray and white Guinea!!! Rick saw her duck into this area and sure enough, she’s got eggs. Since the male Guinea is gone the eggs are probably not fertilized – only time will tell.
JB3 continues to be a gentle soul just wanting to hang out with us and a couple weeks ago I got a nice letter from a reader with a gift of money enclosed for his surgery and care. I almost cried! Not because I couldn’t afford to pay the vet bill but because someone besides me could see he needed help. Thank you!
See the dog rescue fabric he’s standing on? I asked if anyone had any in their stash and nobody did so I had to make do with 1/2 yard.
This is the rescue I work with. They are having a “live” fundraiser on Saturday, August 27 from 10-2 and this quilt will be given away at that time. Jordan’s Way, an organization that raises money for awareness of dogs in shelters will conduct the festivities. If you’ve ever wanted to support me and my interests, this would be a great time to call in and commit to a donation. All shelters need all of us to help and this is my shelter and I want to do whatever I can to help raise money for the dogs in their care.
Look at the back of this quilt – this is how I want all my quilts to look like on the back – ironed perfectly!!!
On a sad note today when I delivered the quilt I found out that two of my puppies were still at the shelter. I am upset that they havent been adopted and I want to adopt both of them. I will not be able to sleep tonight thinking about them. They haven’t been able to run around since they left here. That brings tears to my eyes.
Remember the baby picture I bought at the thrift store for $1.00? I put it with the others in a bedroom.
And this is more of the dog collection below the pictures.
Say a little prayer that my two puppies get a home soon. Dear God, please let them find homes!