These are taken straight out of the camera, no tinkering or nuthin'!
It didn't even rain later in the day - no "red sky at morning, a sailor's warning" going on.
This, alone, makes it worth it to come back home.
God lives here. Sunrises like this awaken my soul.
I've been enjoying my birdcam but am sure getting lots of bird butt shots.
It has been so COLD that I expected more birds but mainly I am getting a couple of sparrows, a goldfinch, and that evil mockingbird. He is the one who keeps mooning the camera and I think he does it on purpose. He may be a "she." If someone knows, please educate me - I need to come up with a name for the nasty thing.
I am using templates, which is unusual for me.
It ends up creating slanted stars.
Right now, I'm just trying to figure out placement on the design wall - that is not the way it will end up. I have named it, "Sinfully Easy."
All that being said, I thoroughly enjoyed running around town. So much has changed but most hasn't. I bought a bunch of things for the house and some risers for my ironing board. I felt very domestic and newlyweddish.
I wish I could put some on my cutting table but that makes it too high for the sewing machine.
I love my new sewing room:
So does my quilting buddy:
Evelyn likes to lay right in front of that window, which is on the north side of the house. It is a good place for her because unless I am cutting fabric, I don't trip over her.
Pearl has blown 85% of her bottom coat and it was bitter cold, today. All the same, I left for several hours and Husband reports she didn't want to come inside the whole time. Too busy playing.
She is such a lover.
What a tail!!
I can't find their toy box since the move so their toys have been in that large blue bin that is laying on its side. The reason it is laying on its side is because it is deep and when Evelyn digs around on the bottom for "just" the right toy, she chokes herself on the edge.
We can't have that.
Evelyn has NOT blown her coat and is starting to look positively malformed.
Penny, Evelyn and Pearl