This, found on Facebook the other day -
Who knew?! :)
The bushtits have been visiting our suet feeder this week. We love seeing them and hearing the cheerful sounds they make!
They definitely hang out in groups!
Colorful cherry tomatoes from my wild and crazy plant -
used to make some tasty salsa!
Fresh everything - tomatoes, jalapenos, onion, and cilantro.
A new embroidery piece I'm working on - not from my Gail Pan book - but a cute one I saw on someone else's blog. "When life gives you scraps, make quilts!"
Go HERE to "The Painted Quilt" to find this free download on her sidebar.
This blog is no longer active, but the quilter has generously left her patterns up for us.
And speaking of embroidery - this is a really good book!
Have you heard of it? It is historical fiction, so based on a real historical event - the women who did all of the applique and embroidery on Queen Elizabeth's wedding gown in 1947. Not much is really known about these women except that they worked for the man who actually designed the gown, but the author has done a great job of telling what could be their story!
A peaceful spot along the trail from a hike we did last week -
And "Cheers!" from me to you! We enjoyed a picnic at our favorite winery in Estes Park after our hike.
Have a great Thursday! Don't forget to check out the other positive Thursday posts at Not Afraid of Color!