There was a good chance of rain all day on Friday, and it wasn’t terribly hot, so DH and I grabbed our cameras and took a little tour around the county. I was hoping to find some old buildings, and perhaps some interesting flowers. We found both.
Red winged blackbird – we never see these in our town.
Black-eyed Susans are our state flower.
Oreo cows. Seriously . Google Oreo cows.
We had a lovely lunch while we were out, so there was no need for a big dinner when we got home. That left plenty of time for stitching along with the ladies of FNWF. I’m working with red scraps this month for RSC, so I put the finishing touches on my doll quilt, and made my monthly Dresden. Visit either link to see what others have been up to.
Today, in celebration of the 4th of July, I’m quilting my Christmas quilt. It’s made from blocks from a Christmas Bee. In 2011. I think it’s high time it got finished, don’t you? It’s my UFO for the Guild Challenge this month, and I WILL have it finished!
I hope everyone in the US is enjoying a long weekend, and celebrating with fireworks tonight.
Stay safe . . . Sunny