Is it me, or are the mornings starting to get dark? It's quite overcast this morning which doesn't help, but when I came up from Studio B, I noticed it was considerably darker than it has been. That can only mean one thing - the days are getting shorter. Well, technically, the days aren't getting shorter - there will always be 24 hours in a day, but the amount of daylight each day is getting shorter.
So we need to take advantage of every second of it and do something outside! I haven't sat in the gazebo in quite a while, but I do spend time in the backyard every day. Mostly sitting at the table on the deck and eating dinner or reading after dinner. And let's not forget playing ball with Murphy and brushing Lexi. How much hair can a Husky lose in a year and still be called a Husky?
I have a class this morning. Oh, how quickly we forget the schedule when it's summer! This is the first one this month, and there are several others. I just can't seem to sew fast enough to keep up-to-date. However, I'm quite excited that I am, in fact, up-to-date more or less. Way more than I've ever been up-to-date in the past, and I'm doing MORE of these ongoing quilts. More focus!!!
As I walked past this house yesterday, I noticed that they have, in fact, picked the ripe tomatoes, which is a good thing! Perhaps they heard me talking about them. But look at the garden. While the concept is great, if one is going to have a flower garden in their front yard, it needs to be taken care of - not left for the grass and weeds to dominate.
|An attempt at a flower garden|
|Customer quilt - DONE|
Well, I'd better get myself together. I have a ton of pictures to edit for the class this morning.
Have a super day!!!