There has not been a lot of sewing going on here, but I am managing to stay up to date on my Heart a Day in May and my Temperature quilt.
The temps have been out typical May Gray here for the last few weeks. I am looking forward to some warmer days ahead so I can see more color in the blocks. Those greens need to go and stay gone.
The college grandchildren are all home for the summer so we have been enjoying their company. They have all had the chance to meet their smiling new cousin. He is such a happy baby.
My mom also met her youngest great grandchild last week when we celebrated Mother's Day.
Baseball season is winding down so many hours have been spent at the various fields. Playoffs have begun which is always exciting. Can you believe that these two players are in the same age group???
There is lots to do in the garden at this time of the year too. We had so much freeze damage when we got that 27* night. The peach tree took a hard hit just as it was setting fruit so the early peach gave us a total of six peaches this year. The Plumerias also got a good snap. Looking closely, you can see the new leaves trying to emerge below the frozen section.
In closing, I will share a photo of a little guest who came to visit while I was at my mom's yesterday. He/she was not a bit intimidated. I was standing less than two feet from him and he was perfectly happy to stand at the door as if he was coming to visit.