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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Bounty!

I received a lovely slice of a dear friends bounty from her fruiting citrus trees.
The oranges are Pink Navels......so delicious and sweet....oh and pretty inside.
It is not until you sample homegrown and its taste that you realise what 2nd rate stuff we accept as fresh in the city. Thanks lovely friend.
I have finished stitching Pudding Ted in Mistletoe. Just deciding on fabrics now.
It was great fun to restitch him.
The last few days have seen me using all my little grey cells to get a swathe of instruction writing done. Happy with the results so far.
It feels really good to see everything all finished and ready to go. It will be a little while before I  can share.
Ok folks off to art. Little sleepy koala is waiting for more attention.  I am loving working on this little furry Aussie.
Have a wonderful day.
Namaste and Blessings Michelle xxx

20 comments:

  1. Oh yumm. Fresh homegrown fruit is the best. Love Pudding Ted. Looks loveky in Mistletoe. Hugs,xx

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  2. I haven't heard of pink navels before.....I bet they are delicious!

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  3. Hi my lovely friend,yes i havent heard of pink navels before,and yes you cant beat homegrown for taste.
    I love Ted,cant wait to see him made up and hope you have a lot of fun playing with your furry koala.:)

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  4. Pink navels sound lovely, lucky you, you sure cant beat home grown alright! Nice to hear you are feeling on top of things :-)

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  5. Those oranges look gorgeous, home grown is always nicer. xx

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  6. More love less hate for sure!!

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  7. never heard of pink navel oranges - pink grapefruit I do know and love.

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  8. Nothing beats homegrown produce. Enjoy your bounty.

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  9. The navels look delicious.
    Love Ted. Can't wait to see finished product. Also looking forward to seeing your koala..

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  10. Your Teddie is just so sweet. I love blood oranges they are my favorite, sadly my young tree did not fruit this year. Take care, Guida.

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  11. Love Pudding Ted - he is a fav. Those oranges look delicious. you can't beat home grown

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  12. Ah yes - fresh produce. One of my favorite things about summer is getting veggies and fruits from the local farms instead of the grocery shelves. There is no comparison. Love your little stitchery.

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  13. The best..homegrown. Always love your teddies !!

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  14. Those oranges look delicious and a preferred option for getting more Vitamin C.

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  15. Ive never seen pink navals... what fun. Yes, home grown has a lovely taste. great to see pudding ted done and well done with the instructions....
    Hugz

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  16. Hi Michelle, I have not tried pink navels but they look delish. Your pudding ted looks wonderful also :-)

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  17. So true, homegrown produce tastes so good. Such a dear little stitchery.

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  18. That orange looks delicious. I've never seen one like it...
    Misletoe Ted looks great.. You'll be pleased to have all the instructions done..
    Look forwarding to seeing your sleepy Koala...

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  19. Oh lucky you, fresh fruit from your friends tree... YUM!

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  20. Never seen pink navels but they look yummy

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