Couldn’t sleep last night – maybe because Hazel had just gotten rat #57? So at 3:30 I got up – decided to made a dessert salad that was on my list and as I was working in the pantry at dawn, who should casually stroll by the window? Four serene guineas just catching bugs and making their rounds. So that’s it – I’m not worrying about these guys anymore. Honestly I wish I hadn’t gotten them because I don’t need anything more to worry about or take care of. End of that story.
Thanks to all who answered Lora’s plea for a home for her scraps. I am happy to post things like that if and only if I don’t have to make any arrangements back and forth.
Remember this sampler I showed you?
A reader, Jane V., sent me this picture of the same sampler which she made in 1964 at age 11. Fabulous workmanship, Jane!
It was a Better Homes and Gardens kit. Here’s another one she did at age 11.
Guess I’m featuring Jane in this blog as she has also just finished these quilts. I think she’s just trying to make me feel bad. But then, I’m busy killing rats, remember!!! Yuck.
And this one from Kathy H. looks like a zipper to me.
We had a severe thunderstorm with hail this morning about 8 am – only quarter size but it could have been bad since all the crops are up and looking so nice.
The puppies are enthralled with Ernie who is NOT INTERESTED!
I think I’m caught up for now. The puppies need to go to bed and I do, too.