Yesterday I finally got some spare time to plant out my "rusty wheelbarrow " which my dear friend Fiona had languishing at her place and no longer wanted. It looked like this then. Photo borrowed from Fiona x
So I thought perhaps a couple of pots with specialised soil may be the answer. A couple of very pretty victims have been purchased for the trial.
My UFO CHALLENGE number this month is to work on Brinton Hall. I have the next row to sew on but I haven't found the time so I began working on the little clamshells for the blocks on the final border. They are very cute!
HERE should you wish.
Our focus this week has been our regular 3 monthly stress of our Sons scans. Hoping and praying that the news will continue to be positive and I feel blessed to say it was.
All the platitudes and urging to think positive although well intended just seem to irk and wear thin for me at this time and I find it just leaves me worn out and tired.
The one thing I know for certain is that there ARE no guarantees and my patience for the rubbish in life is very thin indeed.
So my friends I am going to take a deep breath, stop feeling sorry for myself and embrace this wonderful news. As many don't receive it...until it rolls around again.
Have a wonderful weekend and be thankful for those you love.