For all of you who have been buried under feet of snow and bitter cold weather, my heart goes out to you. The only advantage I can see to it is that it has allowed many of you time locked up inside with time to sew or be productive. Let's hope you have kept your power!
I always love the rainbows after the storms.
So.....what have I been up to the last few weeks?
A little gardening.....mostly weeding after the rains, but some fun picking too. The Birds of Paradise and Lavendar always make a pretty arrangement.
A couple of days of babysitting grandsons. They loved a trip to the park to play and feed the ever hungry ducks.
Jury duty, of which I have no photos. I did not get selected, thankfully!
A nice trip to Florida - pleasure for me and business for my DH. I always enjoy meeting up with fellow blogger, Midlife Mom, during this yearly trip. We find ourselves chatting away for several days and catching up on everything under the sun. Unfortunately, MM caught some sort of bug the second day and we did not get our yearly fix. The poor thing was feeling just terrible and missed out on all of the fun things there are to do where we stay. Her very sweet hubby brought me a PIF gift from her sickbed. It was a Moda Butterfly Garden Jelly Roll. I signed up for the Jelly Roll Quilt Along and am looking forward to having a grand time creating a wonderful autumn colored quilt with it.
These are some of the pictures from the resort. Hopefully, it will make some of you "feel" a little warmer.
The partial view from our room.
The fishing village where everyone shops.
There were some REALLY nice vessels docked.
We did not see any of these for real!!!
This is the local Humane Society mailbox.
The flowers are always gorgeous growing on trees and out of rocks.
Sunrise on the last morning. This is for you, L, since you left the hotel looooong before sunrise. I loved watching the sun come up each morning on our patio. Watching the sun rise over the Atlantic and set over the Pacific on the same day----what a world we live in!!!!!!
Lastly, another Siggy arrived in my mailbox this week. I love the hand stitched little doll in the center.