We went to the Peach Festival down in Wyoming, Delaware, and the peach ice cream was divine. I loved it so much that I went back to Fifer's Farm later that week just to get some more. $5 a pint was painful, but with the taste of it still fresh in my memory I knew I would just hide it and save it until after bedtime. I know, I'm horrible.
The second quilt I was contributing to for our church project was also completed. I used the same loopy quilting on it and machine bound it. I like how it came out, I think the on-point setting and white sashing really helped it look a little more modern considering all the floral prints I had to work with.
I would like to add that all the fabric (except the white) was donated for use in these quilts.
Last, but not least, we have a visitor at our house. One who scares the crap out of me each time I walk out my front door.
That's my front entry, and you see that little tree like shrub? Well, this is what I found in it:
And, mama bird isn't exactly small. Or quiet. Either way, I hope her little ones hatch before we put the new front porch on. I'm thinking that our project will just have to hold out a little longer until the little family moves out, we've only been planning this thing for about a year... it can wait a little.