Life goes along, quietly. Praise God !
A couple of days ago, I spent many hours doing some cross-stitch that was printed on a couple of towels (accomplishing very little). I must say that counted cross stitch is a much better project. The printed x's do not line up with the weave of the fabric, making it a much slower process to try to make nice even stitches.
So yesterday I roused myself to go OUTSIDE and work in the sunshine while the ground was at a good stage for tilling
I started the day with taking some photos of the beautifully colorful trees on my land.
And I snapped a shot of my Rhododendrons that I finally got replanted in this big pot. I love the beautiful red color that the leaves have changed to.
And this Spirea is really pretty right now too.
My big surprise was when I found that my Elephant Ear was blooming........I have never had one do that before, and didn't even realize that they COULD bloom !
I got holes dug for my new plants, including another Rose of Sharon shrub that Rose offered to me.
I also tilled up some beds along my boundary line, and planted the Irises that were leftover when I thinned the ones that were growing along the front of the trailer. I get such pleasure out of that little tiller......so glad that I made (and was ABLE to make) the purchase.
Today was my yearly female exam, which went well, with NO mammogram, thank God !
I've spent an hour or so hand-quilting this evening, but there's not enough new progress to document with another photo yet, so I'll leave off for now.
I surely do miss my Kelley, Tim, Zoe, Timothy and Seth.......hope they're having a good week !