While it's freezing outside the westies are cuddled in fresh
warm bed linens from the dryer.
I know what Derby is thinking ... here she is with that camera again.
Taking a nap together.
Who could blame them on this extremely cold arctic winter day.
For those friends who don't know about oystering on the
Chesapeake Bay ... and the oyster boy taking oysters from
our creek in Bozman ... here is a quick lesson on the art
of using hand tongs for oystering.
The first sign of ice on the creek. No oyster boy out there today!
Feeding on seeds ... a small group of birds.
The evening sky on Monday reminded me of a thach weave pattern.
What I'm working on.
This is another 'scrappy' type of quilt I'm making for a 5
year old little girl. Since the grand mom didn't give me a
clear-cut answer to my question on what this child likes
I decided to use us some of my scrap pieces. I think this quilt
is bright, fun, and happy. It has some really cute fabrics as
well as some fabric that has sparkle to it. For a little girl who
is 5 I think this will keep her interest in looking at all the
different fabric prints. Hopefully, I'll get this put together in the
next day or two. It is for Valentine's Day & needless to
say I'll be making one American Girl outfit to go with it.
Julep wants you to be safe ... if you don't need to go
out in this weather ... then don't unless you live
someplace nice and warm like Hawaii!