Okay, well, maybe not as extreme as my post title would indicate, but this is week three of the same stash reporting numbers . . .
Not that I'm complaining, mind you. I've already finished up two big projects this year, so my usage numbers look fantastic (for me).
I hate to say this, but I'm *still* working on the hand quilting on my commemorative block . . .
I meant to do a post on the curved cross-hatching I'd decided to do (thanks to a post on Karen's Quilts, Crows and Cardinals), but it's just been too busy. Plus, I finally finished off a course of antibiotics for a sinus infection, only to find myself on another round for a bladder infection, of all things. So I guess it's understandable that I've been feeling rather puny. Anyway, I finished cross-hatching three of the corners and only have one corner and to echo stitch around the final border left to quilt. The binding is ready to be stitched on, so hopefully this project won't drag on too much longer.
Spring has finally arrived at the camp, as is evidenced by all my favorite blooms making their respective appearances . . .
I love these sweet purple flowers from the ground cover in the turtle sanctuary.
And then there are these tiny little purple flowers, all over the in the grass!
And of course, my favorite Spring flowers, the daffodils!
The chipmunks have been enjoying the milder temps, too . . .
They're here, there and everywhere! They're such fun to watch.
And speaking of enjoying the milder temps, we had some two-legged visitors to the camp this weekend, too!
Sawyer and June love to get out and run and roam and ride. Sawyer is showing off his muscles--that was a pretty big limb he had over his head. And June wanted to climb with Pawpaw to the top of the monkey bars -- she's a daddy's/pawpaw's girl! And little Miss Olivia is happy to see the sights from her snuggly spot!
With all the snow and rain we've had in the last month, both ponds are full to the brim.
The upper pond has a drain down into the lower pond (pictured above). Then the lower pond has an overflow canal that runs down the side of the hill . . .
And underneath the road where it runs a very windy path through the woods . . .
Until it reaches the big creek. It's rare to see it so full and running so fast through the woods!
That's it for me for today . . . enjoy your Sunday!! Linking up to Patchwork Times and Kathy's Quilts.