This cherry tomato plant (bush? tree?) is cracking me up!
It never produced any tomatoes all summer, but all of a sudden it is going crazy!
I love these little tomatoes, but am not sure what I will do with so many of them.
I love rain! So refreshing!
We haven't had any measurable precipitation since the beginning of July in our part of the state, but this past week, it has rained a couple different times. One storm even woke us up in the middle of the night!
I love my husband! Last Saturday was the CU - Nebraska game. Mike was born and grew up in Nebraska, so on this one day of the year, he has to root against the University of Colorado. He always wears his Nebraska ball cap that day.
Our son, Andy, who grew up here in Colorado, but went to college in Nebraska and lives there now, always roots for the University of Colorado. Andy was the happy one last Saturday!
I like this book that I checked out of the library the other day.
The subtitle is what caught my attention -
"English Paper Piecing beyond the Hexagon."
I'd like to try some different shapes for this kind of hand stitching.
And I like how my Tiny Storm at Sea block turned out. At least I can say it's not too bad! It was paper pieced and has some bulky spots where the blocks come together so does not lay flat. But I'm keeping it!
Hope you're having a great week! I have to go get a mammogram today. Not my favorite thing, but good to get it out of the way. See you soon!