As I wait for the tree service to arrive, I want to say a huge thank you to Jo who reminisced about our years of friendship. She showed some of the Country Threads quilts she has made over the years. And oh, what a story she will tell about how we met – in another post.
This scene of beauty is about to disappear.
That old mulberry tree is going to be cut down – lots of it is dead and I’m afraid it will fall on the fence, posing a bigger problem than fixing the grass after the deed is done. I know the tree crew has to be on the lawn but this is my. Ire from the porch and I just hate to wreck the grass I’ve worked so hard on.
The other tree is a dead cottonwood by the barn that might come down on the fence or the barn roof.
See that tall dead tree?
So my night was worrying about this whole big job happening today. I k ow it has to be done but it’s so messy!!!!
Thanks for visiting the new store – Jo gives us way too much credit in regards to color. Connie is the one who does have the touch of putting color together. I remember when she used rust and red together and I was shocked. Now it’s what I do, too. I have learned from her.
This is the day the Lord hath made! Let us rejoice and be glad in it! It’s a big day for Country Threads!