If you want a golden rule that will fit everything, this is it: Have nothing in your houses that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.William Morris.

Monday, June 3, 2013

REALLY.... What's Up

I bet that is what your thinking. What has happened to me, it's been 10 days since my last post and I have felt so lost in some respects because I haven't.
I am home now (5 days) and it took a couple of days of just resting to get recharged for what I need to do around the farm to try to get catch up with the garden, yard, chickens and other odd jobs that were put on hold for the 3 weeks I was gone.
We were lucky here where I live, did have tornadoes warnings but no sightings closer than 10 miles. Did receive rain and hail. Others again in our state and adjusting states were not. It has been a very beastly May and I pray for it to be over. 

For what I have been up to has been mainly working outside in the veggie garden the past couple of days. Seeing how that is where a portion of our food comes from, that was priority over the yard and porch. I'll write about the garden later and the chickens.

I haven't done much sewing the past month, other than the vests I made for the "little dudes"
Picture from the book
I did get the growth chart made for them while there and forgot to take a picture. 
So needless to say what was unfinished when I left was here waiting for me to do. I want to get these projects done and the Christmas String is practically completed so that is what I'll try to finish this week.

And I also need to decided on the 4 Get-R-Dones for this month and update on last months. 
Boy I have so much to do and catch up on... so I better cut this short and get busy.


5 comments:

  1. Kat, I love this quilt. A shop near me has had a quilt this on display for a couple of years and I admire every time I stop in. Last week when I was there, the shop sample was for sale and I was SO tempted to buy it, but I refrained when I thought about all my scrap bins. One of these days...

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  2. Your string quilt is beautiful and the nice thing about it is that it would be beautiful all year long!

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  3. Love your plaids and color choice!!

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  4. I love that growth chart, how cute!!!

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  5. love the Christmas strings. hmmmm......do I have red and green in my string stash? may have to start something new :-)

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