Friday, May 22, 2009

Just An Ordinary Day

Actually, today was anything but ordinary. I would say it was extraordinary! Brilliant blue skies and warm summer sun made for a great day of outside work. I thought I would share a few pictures of the day....
Have you ever seen a peony quite so brilliant?

Why, in all these years, have I never before noticed this rosebud type of blossom on the blackberry vines?

It was a perfect day to finish up a few farm hang this sign that I painted a few months ago by the barn driveway.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Pink Saturday

Well, it has been months since I have been able to participate with Pink Saturday. For those of you who follow my blogs, you will remember that my sewing room is packed and ready to move and most creative projects have been replaced with farm work and preparations to move to our almost completed log home. You can follow the process of that on my farm blog.

I did have hubbs take this picture, though, as I was running out to tend to work gloves and pink water bottle in hand.... Even a farmgal can be in the pink!!

Thanks for stopping by for a quick chat...hope your Saturday is full of lots of wonderful pinkness. If you are in need of more pink....check out Bev's blog at for a complete list of participants. And remember Think Pink!!

Sunday, May 3, 2009

Missing You

Hi there! I just thought I would stop by my sewing room to say hello and let you know that I am alive and well. I have been spending my days in the garden and amongst the beehives. Spring is an incredibly busy time on the farm and most of my days are spent out of doors. Even rainy days provide a time to get caught up with work in the barn. I suspect that until we move into and occupy the log home, I will be spending most of my time out of doors.

I miss my sewing room so much, but have great plans for my new sewing room. In the next week or two the painter will be painting my two sewing room walls that are not log, and after that point I will begin to do some of the faux painting (wisteria) that will decorate my space. My sewing room theme will be "Feathering Your Nest"...with a nature theme for inspiration. At that point, I will share my progress with you on this blog.

From that point on, this blog will be dedicated to home-decorating as we set up permanent residence in our log house, here on the farm. I suspect I will return to sewing and crafting projects again by late this fall and wintertime. So for now...........we will soon embark on a journey into making a house into a home. Stay tuned for the fun...
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