I have very little to post but my inbox has been busy with many great quilt finishes!
Great quilts, Ladies – thank you!
This mother-in-law tongue plant is blooming – did you know it blooms? I did not.
Yesterday’s eggs – they are beautiful!
The rat issue is holding at #20. A reader sent me an article about a rat poison called ContraPest and I have looked into it. It sounds very effective but VERY expensive – for the price of this poison I can probably hire an exterminator. A neighbor told me her theory on rats just showing up in a crowd – she said a neighbor has probably put poison out at their own property and the rats left as a community and found my warm barn. It makes sense, doesn’t it?
We’ve had snow showers off and on all day and 40 degrees but as I thought back just a couple months ago when it was 0-20 degrees, we would have thought 40 was balmy. 30-50 degree days are what spring is in Iowa – it isn’t supposed to be warm – that would be summer in Iowa. Spring is just warmer than winter comparatively – not actually warm.
So as you see there’s nothing much new around here – I tried to watch the Masters this afternoon but it’s so slow I fell asleep with Hazel on my lap.
Didn’t you love the quilt show?