It’s been a busy week that included entertaining guests, working a local election, and making a trip to the ranch.
The trip to the ranch began with a minor adventure. I arrived ahead of Bob, and when I opened the storm door a bat fell out and landed on the step. I know bats are good critters that help control the mosquito population, but I panicked and quickly re-leashed the dogs and got them in the house via another door. By the time Bob arrived it had managed to crawl or fly away and I didn't even get a picture to prove it had happened.
While drinking coffee on our front porch the next morning, we watched coyotes crossing in front of the house. Moments later, a bunny, hopping as fast as it could go, crossed going in the opposite direction. The show was a whole lot more entertaining than the movie I had taken for us to watch.
The picture at the beginning of this post is a sunset we watched one evening.
The three days we were at the ranch gave me a chance to load and begin quilting my Breaking the Mold Strips that Sizzle Quilt. Unfortunately, I don’t have pictures of the progress yet.
I also made these Jane Stickle blocks. Two are do-overs because I was not happy with either the original fabric selections or the workmanship.
E-2, Merry May