Jenny found out that one of her darling baby chicks is a rooster! Uh oh! She loves Richard and hasn't decided what to do about this little bump in her chicken keeping road.
James! He makes the cutest serious faces!
I ate so many of these cherries. I've said this before but the color is stunning. Perfect. I also ate a few yellow pears with just a touch of pink blush on the skin. Can anyone describe the taste of a good pear? It's an experience.
So from the lovely golden yarn shall come a golden teddy bear. Honey Bear.
Sometimes I do what I say I'm going to do. I made the shelf a skirt. It IS cozy! More cozy to come!
I looked back in the archives. Last year at this time we were getting ready to go to New Zealand. It was SO cold there and in this photo I was sitting at camp bundled in every item of clothing I brought with me. I was having a pretty good hair day I think.
If I go to New Zealand again I WILL buy yarn. I've been watching podcasts and the way the ladies speak of yarn gives me a whole new appreciation for "stash".
Lovely lakeside Queenstown!
Last summer's venture to Guemes Island gave me an opportunity to take photos of my uncle and aunt's sweet cabin. They hosted SO many relatives in this lovely log home.
My auntie cooked on this stove. I can call up memories of my mom and my aunt standing right here talking and working. I just wanted to look at it one more time. I hope you don't mind.
Bill and I are going to have a quiet fourth of July. All of our kids and grands have plans of their own. I love America but it isn't a holiday that I look forward to. I have never liked fireworks. I do like big shows of fireworks, but it seems a bit wasteful, like burning money.
I have clothes on the clothes line on this sunny day. Bill washed off some of our garden gnomes and toadstools. We're having shrimp salads for dinner. Easy breezy.
God be with you, Cutie Pie. Thank you for calling in!