A sudden unwelcomed blast of Winter in April
has me thinking warm thoughts of just a few weeks ago in the sunny South!
The robins are confused and may even be thinking of heading back there?
I know those thoughts have crossed my mind ...
The bunnies are nibbling at the tulips, the frozen pine tree branches
are groaning in the never-ending wind, my tan is fading fast,
and the "outside" work is at a stand still.
|Not these bunnies :)|
Spring will come - right?
Never mind, this gives me a chance to catch up where I left off
at the beginning of March and get back at a project or two that puts me
in my happy place.
This quilt obsessed me in January and February
and once I finally
got up enough nerve to start it - it was time to head South.
I may get the piecing done yet this Spring
(it is Spring isn't it?)
however, the assembly and quilting will have to wait.
Anyone who knows me, knows I love trees.
The fabrics for this are absolutely
beautiful and I have the perfect place to
display it - one day ...
The best part about being home is this little person.
She's our love bug and sunshine and we missed her and her mommy and daddy
We had some FaceTime with her while
we were in Florida and her daddy
sent us these pictures.
We just saw close-ups of her sweet smile
and teeth and sounds of M-Wah kisses.
This made my heart ache - what a little love.
Glory be - the sun is shining and the snow is melting on the South Side of the House.
It's all good.
Till next time ... I am so thankful for opportunities to travel, to love a grandchild, to spend time crafting, and a warm home to enjoy - never mind the weather.
Those images of Syrian children on the news these last few days has made me so sad. All I can do is pray that the horror will end!