My garden is enjoying this wet weather. the bird bath is full almost to the brim. The Maggies are very pleased. I couldn't get a photo of them though, they were to quick for me.
and my pale Cooktown Orchids are beginning to bloom..
I finished my bit of hand quilting and started on a little redwork that I had traced out. I am slowly catching up on my lasped work schedule.
My Lucy blocks have been calling as well, so I have begun doing some of the background hexies to see what it looked like.
I also received some nice mail. I love the "daily deals" over at Fee's Shabby Shack"
especially for very cute trim and sweet buttons...cannot resist!
Sooo pretty! I am looking forward to playing with them.
Thank you all for your kind comments last post. I had quite a lot of "non-reply" bloggers so I have not been able to respond to your comments but they were appreciated and your names are in the draw :)
Little quote I like:
"There are many things shared, celebrated, mourned and mended over a good cup of tea"
|Beautiful graphic from Lets Enjoy Beauty|
Enjoy your day.
Namaste and Blessings,
Isn't the rain wonderful? Your orchid is lovely, and well done for blooming after all the hot weather. mine are alive, but looking sad. I'll have to find out your secret. Your busy fingers are so active - great projects coming to life there. I checked the website for those pearl buttons, but could not find them. Maybe they are already finished?ReplyDelete
I love that quote, Michelle - it's so true. and here in Ballarat we're having rain for the first time in ages and I bet the plants are loving it. It has been so dry here for so long and the garden is taking a while to recover from January's extreme heat. Aren't those little button cards from Fee gorgeous - I'm planning to frame mine and give the others to friends. Enjoy the rest of your week, Michelle.ReplyDelete
Please send some rain our way Michelle- your garden looks lush & green & your orchids are just beautiful. Oh are those little mother of pearl buttons there ?? So gorgeous & the trims also. Happy Thursday x0xReplyDelete
Loving this rain. Nice to have a green yard instead of brown. :) Gorgeous orchid. Redwork, my favourite :) Can't wait to see what you are doing with the design. Hugs,xxReplyDelete
Such a gorgeous orchid, so lovely that it is in bloom. Some more great projects too.xxReplyDelete
Your Lucy is looking beautiful. Nice to hear the sound of rain on the roof.ReplyDelete
Your orchids are beautiful, everything looks green and lush. Your stitchery and lucy block are lovely, as are your gorgeous trims and buttons! Wendy xxReplyDelete
We have rain here in Melbourne too and everything looks green and fresh and beautiful. I love it.ReplyDelete
this rain is just beautiful .. and I can see my grass is growing .. little tinges of green in all that brown.... just love it....ReplyDelete
you have got a few lovely projects you are working on there....
We are finally getting some rain too from the same system. It is most welcome.ReplyDelete
I enjoy seeing your progress on those Lucy blocks. Lovely.
We're having rain too, have had some over the past couple of days......it's very welcome! Your orchids look lovely, mine had to be moved when our tree fell down recently so that will probably set them back somewhat.ReplyDelete
G'day Michelle. We too have had some fabulous rain. How nice it is not to have to water the garden for a while. Take care. Liz...ReplyDelete
I think we are all enjoying the rain, so refreshing for us and the garden! Your orchid is so pretty, goes very nicely with your new buttons and trim!ReplyDelete
we have had some rain too, loving the fresh feel.ReplyDelete
lovely progress on your projects.
The rain is just lovely stitching weather! Pity I'm back at work, but the weekend is coming!ReplyDelete
Rain wonderful, life giving rain, everything is looking fresher already down here, although we have not had a lot yet.ReplyDelete
Your Orchid is beautiful, so is your stitching.
Your Lucy looks fabulous, the rain here is wonderful and refreshing.ReplyDelete
The rain is lovely Michelle. Hopefully the cracks in the yard will close up now. Hugs.....ReplyDelete
Lovely to receive some rain when it is needed , I am sure your feather friends are happy too and that gorgeous orchid ! Lovely projects as always . Happy stitching . Hugs SheilaReplyDelete
We have had lovely rain as well....your garden is looking happy...and lovely goodies from the Shabby Shack....ReplyDelete
Rain after a period of absence is always welcome. I’d love to see long shots of your garden Michelle. The snippets you show always look so inviting and Im looking for garden ideas!ReplyDelete
Love that Lucy block ...I’m meant to be finishing those darn orange peels before I start any of mine but surely doing one block just to test out my skills wouldn’t REALLY be cheating would it?