As this is Easter week, I have been working on a little stitchery. I always like to keep my mind on the Passion week of Christ. I always like to keep my mind on what His birth, life and death and Resurrection means to me.
|Pattern by Jenny Hoffman. Country Rustic Primitives|
As I was hooking these rugs, I sure wish that I had a whole flock of guineas running around the pasture. That and peacocks. I would like those too. Maybe some California quail. It just goes on and on. Too bad about the foxes that come here.
We have worked on the swimming pool off and on all week. It still has a plug so it is going to take a bit more things to try to get the plug unplugged. Ron hasn't given up yet and called the repair man. I think he will get it fixed tomorrow. Such first world problems.
more surprising than the planting of a seed
in the blank earth and the result thereof."
---Celia Thaxter, ( One of my favorite gardeners)