Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Morning surprise


I can't think of a more beautiful sight first thing in the morning. 
I've had this rose bush for about 15 years. Actually, this is a root from the original plant. Honey Do mistakenly cut the original down while weed-whacking along this fence. It's supposed to be a climbing rose, but it never really has done much. In fact there's usually only one bloom on it at a time. So imagine my surprise this morning when Rocky and I went for a walk in the yard and came upon it.
I might just have to print this one and frame it :)


I managed to keep myself motivated most of Monday. I just didn't make much progress on any one thing. I got a seam quilted on my Palm tree and moved the hoop, cut out another pair of pajamas, moved the hoop and stitched a bit on the log cabin.  Once I sat down in the lazy boy chair, I was pretty much done for the day. Any progress is a step forward and I'll keep trudging along.

Weather has warmed again over the weekend making is humid. Forecast is for rain Tuesday evening - here's hoping. I'm home on Wednesday and looking forward to making lots of progress on all my goals.

Thanks for stopping by,

Wishing you a day filled with countless blessings.



1 comment:

desertskyquilts said...

Any progress is good progress. =) The rose is gorgeous. You can get more blossoms on any rose, and most flowers, actually, by, when its bloomed out, watering it with a gallon of water with 1 c. of epsom salts in it. There is no damage to the plant at all, but it does cause it to flush with blossoms.