Now here is a nice pile of leaves that I didn't mind raking!
I love the way the rake matches the turquoise in the leaves. How do you like the new shingles on the wishing well? Maybe it will start a trend.
Mazey is our little helper when we are out in the yard. She also acts as our "bear" early warning system. She barks and acts differently when the scent of bear is in the air. We've learned to pay attention, and heed her warning signal.
I'll start sewing the blocks together today once I trim them to 5-1/2". They are small, yet mighty in numbers when grouped together. The fabric is called October Morning by Kim Diehl for Henry Glass & Co.
It's going to be a hot day up here in the mountains. I open up the doors and windows early to encourage the cooler air to come inside and stay for awhile. We are so lucky that it cools off at night, and makes for good sleeping.
We will fill up Mazey's pool for her today so she can splash around like a little kid. Maybe I'll join her.....then again maybe not.