No words necessary.
Peonies in full bloom – probably gone by tomorrow in this wind.
Can’t you just close your eyes and smell them?
Martingale’s presentation of our new book does not go unnoticed by me.
And here it is!
There’s a real story/lesson about the cover quilt that I’ll tell when the book is in your hands next September. Remind me.
And these are some projects from our book Cracker Crumbs that I’m going to start working on.
These will most likely be $5.00 patterns available online and on paper from me. I’ll let you know when they’re ready to go!
Around the farm:
For those of you who are interested in the rat count, we found dead rat #59 in the infirmary pen. Orkin was here to inspect their bait traps and after unlocking all the boxes, it’s very clear the rats are eating my bait pushed down the holes and covered with cement blocks over their bait. Darn – I guess I could have just handled this myself without them but I didn’t think I could back in April. Now I’ll fulfill my agreed upon contract and then let them go.
Please don’t think I’m brave to do this – I shudder when I enter the barn. But I have no choice – if I don’t tend to this problem, they’ll multiply until I have them in my house! I’d have to move out if that happened!
Hope that all of you who are recovering from illness and/or surgery are doing well on this beautiful June afternoon.
Tomorrow I’ll write about the Dirty Dozen – there’s a new wrinkle in the rules and guidelines. I have two projects to finish before July 1 myself! Chop chop!