Hello girls, welcome to Monday......
We have blue sky and sunshine in my corner of the globe.
The bees are buzzing round the garden and I'm buzzing around making tea cosies for an upcoming market.
I don't have to look too far for inspiration.
Have I told you I love Hollyhocks?
I planted some seedlings a couple of months ago.
I hope they put on a good display this Summer.
......oh and I love fuzzy, bumbling Bumble bees too.
Not that they live in this corner of the globe...
wish they did...
We've enjoyed a lovely weekend over in Daylesford.
Mixing work and pleasure....
No. 1 had a gig and we stayed with friends......
A mixed bag weather wise....
Saturday, cold and wet
Sunday, warm and sunny....
something for everyone!
The gang dropped by in the mornings to say 'hi' .
Picmonkey cropped the photos and I didn't realise
till I uploaded, eek!!
This furry fella, kept us entertained with his antics. .....
I mean the four legged, furry fella, but you realised that didn't you?
Young Jed, is still in the puppy phase, so he had more energy then all of us put together. I did try and find his batteries so I could remove them but no such luck....
Truth be told I could quite easily have dog napped him and taken him home.......he really is too cute.
The other furry fella kept folks entertained on Saturday night!!
We stayed with friends from church.
We don't see them often, so it was a nice catch up even if time was limited.
I made one of my scrappy, woollen hearts as a gift, using
one of Debs favourite colour combos and a favourite scripture......
Let's do a quick garden roundup....
The Forest Pansy tree, is in flower and the claret red, heart shaped leaves are just starting to appear.
The Irises beneath them are beginning to open.
The combination of pinks and blues is beautiful.
Lilac.....love this shrub
The Wisteria continues to open up and the perfume is delightful.
Dutch Irises blooming beneath the Birches in the Wild Wood.
So what did you all get up to on the weekend and what has the week got in store for you?
I will be busy sewing, but that's no surprise is it?
The garden still needs a bit more work, so when the inspiration is waning on the sewing front, I'll get outside in the fresh air and see what else is flowering and maybe pull out a weed or two......
Well, that's it from me for the moment.
Thanks for coming over to visit,
always lovely to hear from you.
P.S. Do you have Bumble bees in your garden?