I guess it is a wee bit late to talk about St. Patrick’s Day, but we always celebrate the day with the traditional corned beef dinner - corned beef, cabbage, soda bread, etc.
Cabbage was at such a great price (four heads for a dollar) that I had to start another batch of sauerkraut in the crock. It should be ready in about 6 weeks!
My mom brought alone some green peeps for me when she came for dinner. They went quickly, but aren’t they a pretty color?
This week I managed to finish this month’s AYOS project – a wonderful wee sampler. I used some PB and J fabrics that I had in my stash. It was another great mini. Thanks to Sinta and Sherri we have great projects month after month and I love my minis for decorating.
Along with working on my Two for Tea Blog Hop project (coming April 1st), I managed to finish up the Disappearing Hourglass quilt for my granddaughter’s upcoming 16th birthday.
DH and I took a drive to check out the blooming wildflowers last week. There were so many beautiful ones – especially the poppies and lupine.