Saturday, May 30, 2020

Last week of May

Where did the month go?
I've been home more, the time is just flying.
It's not been as productive this week. I think maybe a little burn out is happening, but I still managed to get things done.

Lots of stitching going on. These are some of the projects I've finished this month. It's holding my attention for now.

I no sooner clear off space to work, and I fill it back up with things that need my attention.

Saturday will be spent frantically catching up my OMG. I am so close to having a finished top. I finally gave up late Friday afternoon because I kept sewing my first border blocks in the wrong direction. I hate picking out mistakes !!

We've had some gorgeous days. This was last Sunday on the way to see Mom.

Friday was the second day this week we had rain. It looks more menacing than it was. No storms for us, just sweet, steady spring rains. 
Saturday we woke up to sunshine, light breeze and much cooler temperatures. We've run the gambit this week from record breaking 90s to mild lower 70s.

Still a few of the spring florals are blooming.

This is the view from my living room window. I can hear the bees buzzing and thoroughly enjoying themselves with this azalea.

This pretty little "weed" is growing in my driveway. I've decided I don't have the heart to pull it or mow it down. 


And how sweet is this tiny little bee, having dinner and enjoying himself.

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Hope you all have a good, productive week.
Stay safe and healthy.

Thanks for stopping by.

Don't worry about anything; 
instead, pray about everything.
Tell God what you need, thank him for all he has  done.
Then you will experience God's peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. He will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.

Phillipians 4: 6-7


dq said...

I just love the photos of the white houses and the trees. It just looks like a delightful little neighborhood.

The flowers are so pretty as well.

My motivation has been slow lately, focused on family I guess. That is not a bad thing.

K Reeves said...

You've been so productive over all, Edi, a lesser week is like breathing before another big week! I had a forced break with Girl #2 home and finishing up her school classes (she teaches Latin on line) so didn't get into my sewing room until Friday, and I was so happy to get back at it! Looking forward to another afternoon in there after finishing up emails. Have a great week!

Susan said...

Too bad you can't transplant your "weed", especially since bees like it and it seems to bloom well. I know that it is just misplaced, and I don't think it's an actual weed. It's an opportunity plant! =) Your satin stitch is just beautiful.