My garden is doing well. I've got baby zucchinis and lots of strawberries. Side note for strawberries...do not eat strawberries after you have put fertilizer in the pots and you forget to add water. I thought the berries tasted a bit dusty. LOL Thank goodness it was organic.
I have harvested several meals of lettuce. Such a different taste than store bought.
Can you see the teeny, tiny zucchini?
The first blooms on my roses and irises are always the best. But...they're still giving their all this year.
I took this picture on Mother's Day. Love, love, love.
I received these geraniums several years ago from a dear friend. They are loving my patio.
On to stitching. Oh. My. Goodness. I am continuing my work on Cherry Hill Sampler. I told myself that I would get the grass filled in before I start on the center motifs. I stitch on this for two hours each evening to not get burnt out. I swear...my lawn grows faster than I'm getting this stitched. LOL I am not particularly happy with the lack of difference in the greens, but there is no way I will start this over. Because I am working with overdyeds, I do random groups of stitching so it doesn't stripe. I'm hoping that it looks better finished than it does now.
Did a quick little stitch that I found over at pinkernpunkinquilting. I do love Melisa's designs. They are so cute and most can be finished in a few hours. Instant gratification!! I am looking for the perfect button for the center of the bow. This saying makes me smile. I was raised more on a "ranch" with beef cattle and hay, but still have those "farming" memories of chickens, changing sprinkler pipes and animal chores. Happy times.
Jack Jack is as cute as ever. He's got this lanky teenager thing going on. LOL
There are a few chores that are screaming to be done. But, I think I will head outside to pick some lettuce for dinner. Who needs clean clothes? LOL Stay safe, be kind to one another.