Do you sometimes feel like you are in one of those old movies where they show the pages of the calendar flying away to show the passage of time? It has felt that way over the last week. Just turned around and *poof* it was gone.
While are still living in a state of limbo, Daisy and I have continued our plan of getting out and exploring something daily.
There are morning glories that are growing on the banks near the beach where we walk. It's hard to tell from this photo, but this bloom is bigger than my hand. I've never seen them so large before.
This sculpture makes me smile. She is just so exuberant. She can be found not far from the fellows on the life guard chairs that I shared last week.
I have enjoyed visiting the farmer's market each week.
Not only is it great to be out walking in the sunshine, but just look at the delicious bounty that now fills our fridge.
On the quilting front, a friend did some quilting for me this past week and the quilt came home to me on Wednesday.
I shared the piecing of the top in this post last summer. You can see that it has been quite patient waiting so long for its quilting.
I've been working on the stitching down the binding. It will still grace a bed in the guest room when complete. Only 18 days left until we sign the papers on that guest room. Is someone counting? Oh yeah - that would be me!
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