Accordingly, there will be 4 calling birds coming to visit today. Not here, as we have more rain, and they want to stay dry.
A few years ago we had a tiny baby blackbird on the bark garden, Felicity was so interested, slowly getting closer and closer, until it pecked her nose. She leapt up, it hopped away ,and all was well.
On the main road to Palmerston North, this old home leaned on a drunken slant, and looked as though it might be home to many birds. Hugh stopped to take a photo, and all the birds flew up. Not long after this, the wee home fell down. Another piece of history gone, I hope someone recorded the stories.
In the red bird bath, a little baby landed, fluttered, and spread his wings. Finally he managed to flutter enough and fly off safely. Maybe a baby Finch.
Today there are three more wonderful bloggers on the hop, visit them and get some more great projects to add to your sewing lists. Remember to leave a comment and be in to win those fabrics.
First up is Karen at
Her home in summer is in North Dakota, but I read that when the snow is knee high?? they travel to a warmer place in Arizona. A Mum, Gran,and very busy lady, so later you will read about her secret.. No revealing until the given date and time!!!
Next, hop on to visit Wendy at
you will find her and her trusty companion Fred, and lots of colourful fabrics.
today’s third hop will take you to
Michele has a new Long Arm machine, just a peek so far. Their family includes Sunshine from China and Jammer from Vietnam . What joy to have a daughter and a son. Then you can read how Michele’s quilting journey began.
My Gammill machine has the motor away at a friend’s workshop, a new power lead and connector cord will be fitted. 6 new self levelling feet are also ordered. Fun is on its way, but I am happy to wait till the hop is finished.
Quotation of the day, from Charles Stanley
“Our willingness to wait reveals the value
we place on what we’re waiting for”
Greetings from Jean.