How did that happen? The way of things, I suppose. I had a good week. Got the pool set up, finally. Will, my hero. He worked so hard. The water was delivered, yesterday. Of course the two youngest had to jump right in. It was inexpressibly cold, but that didn't stop them from having a wonderful time. I put my feet in and between the cold water and the hot sunshine, it was very pleasant. As you can see, the pool sits on our back lot and is in the middle of pretty much nowhere. Just the breeze rustling in the corn to keep you campany. And now the shouts and squeals of excited kids. It's all good. I guess they stayed in almost two hours before the shivering and the chattering teeth sent them into the house. Funny how not having air conditioning isn't a big deal...
|"that's what I'm talkin' about!"|
The breakfast of champions... Bacon and freshly ground and brewed coffee. Jacob is old-school. He has an antique coffee grinder and insists it makes the best coffee. And the bacon he got at work, where, who knows? He might have been acquainted with the pig while it still stood on four feet. That guy loves his bacon.
Lilly has a pool her own size. Abe got her a pot of water to pour on the sand to make it easier to play in... it was no time at all before she dove into the pot. And look how pleased she is with herself! She is the older daughter of Jason and Lindsay B. and they came for dinner the other night. We hadn't done that in a long time. So, you guys make the effort look up some old friends and have them over. It's not as hard as you think and it's well worth the effort.
Isn't that a silly and fun quilt? I have no idea of the name or designer. I quilted it for Glenda J. and she did a wonderful job of sewing it up. Can I just say, that is way, way too much applique for a simple girl like me. To each her own. I have a "Grandmother's Flower Garden" on the frame, now, and the red snappers made that a much easier job as the edges of that quilt has that uneven design of hexagons.
I'll hopefully, be quilting, wading, babysitting and sewing, today, with some cleaning and gardening thrown in there, somewhere. Have a great weekend!