HELLO, SPRING!April 9, 2017 / byMargy / Categories : Feeds
Here is my new Koos jacket, V1277...
Here it is on Ethyl, my dress form , where you can get a better idea of the fabrics I chose.
Maggie and David came up for a few days last week, and were joined by some friends of theirs from Las Vegas. There was the usual amount of companionable cooking in the kitchen...
This was a tasty barley and vegetable bowl, topped by expertly poached eggs
THIS gorgeous arrangement was a surprise from SIL David. Among the orchids and roses are half a dozen highly fragrant lilies...Over a week later, they are still perfuming the dining room! Thanks, David! You know how to impress your MIL!!!
We enjoyed their visit...we took a picnic lunch up the mountain one day, flew their friends's drone.
The deconstuction I mentioned is the frightening amount of work we are having done for a serious termite infestation. Among other things, our very large deck has to be replaced, and while they were working, they found some dry rot...
It actually makes a lovely abstract painting, but it has to be repaired...😟
I was honored to be the subject of an article in our local paper recently...
One last picture before I go to roast a chicken for dinner...
Dave came in from collecting the eggs the other afternoon and showed me this...it must be a first attempt by one of our new hens. Back to the drawing board, Henny-Penny!
I am traveling over to Patti's Visible Monday today...come admire the Visible
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