Oct 20, 2014
Oct 17, 2014
Oct 11, 2014
Things have been a bit of a muddle. My Mother is home but it means care and watching over her.
This week I will take 3 days to be there, other brothers and sisters will take the others. Then there are still some final outdoor landscaping projects to finish before winter so I steal time for the studio here and there because I have learned that even if you can only work for an hour it pays off.
Hope you are enjoying this journey with me.
Oct 7, 2014
Oct 2, 2014
Sep 30, 2014
Sep 25, 2014
This takes a long time but is worth the work.
NOTE: I was asked about the size of this piece so thought I would add that to my post. It will be approzimately 38" X 24" when finished.
The soil is pretty lousy and there are a lot of rocks and stones in it. There are two levels but the second one further down is just mulched for now and I will plant it next spring. For now the first row is all sedum and russian sage. Great for attracting bees and butterflies and also survivors in this type of situation.
Sep 20, 2014
Sep 18, 2014
Had my grandson's Max and Clay come for a visit and a sleepover in the new house.
We had fun gathering acorns for fall decorations and riding on Grandps's "tractor" and having a campfire. Those boys fill my heart with JOY!
Sep 16, 2014
Tonight my two grandson's Clay and Max are coming for a sleepover. It will be their first in the new house so they are so excited. Love that young exuberance!
Packed up two quilts that I sold yesterday in my Etsy shoppe to a private collector. They are two of my favorites and I will miss them but know this collector appreciates them as much as I did. I am very fortunate.