There are some good things to share this week for "I Like Thursday." Last week I showed my newly spiffed up sewing machine who had been to the spa and come home just like new! This week, some happy mail came for my sewing machine (and me, too!) - a Sew Steady extension table. I'm liking the larger flat surface it gives me.
Sewing up my pink zigzag row!
I may be the only person I know who has trouble growing zucchini, but this year I have managed to grow two tiny ones in my garden!
These little guys were just enough to make some yummy Banana Zucchini bread using this recipe from Taste of Home.
So good with our coffee every morning!
And in other garden news, I liked this view of our pumpkin blossoms, and one lone pumpkin growing!
Mike caught this photo of a Tiger Swallowtail deep in the red petunias getting some nectar. When I was reading about what butterflies do on flowers, the nectar was called the butterfly's "flight fuel!"
I really liked this month's book club read!
It is a story of the Packhorse Librarians of Kentucky in the 1930s, with an added twist that the main character is a woman with blue-tinged skin. She is based on a family who really did exist known as the Blue Fugates, who had a genetic trait that gave them blue skin. You can read a little more about them here.
Joining in with LeeAnna and friends at Not Afraid of Color for I Like Thursday!