We've been busy around the house, and when I say "we" I mean my beloved and I, as I can't say the kids have been too constructive lately. Doug has been busy in the yard and I have been busy in the house, with sewing and rosary-making. Fortunately for you, it's been rather peaceful on my blog with the Blessed Mother visiting.
I am sharing a glimpse of what we have been up to with these little collages, which took an obscene anount of time to make, and since I am taking a friend to dinner in just a few hours, I'd say today is a wash except for getting a few packages to the Post Office. It's almost 3 pm and all I have eaten for lunch is a granola bar, which was rather yummy, if I do say so myself (I made them myself).
Doug has been trying to get grass to grow on this hill for years and years. Most of the time his seed gets washed into the creek by a big gullywasher rain. It's finally growing and is rather lush this time of year. It stays shady in the ravine, but he must have finally gotten the right blend of seed to grow there. The other shots are glimpses of the back yard.
Faith's little summer top and bottom set. Two down (the other was for Doug's niece) and two to go. I also got a top made in between. I love the color on this outfit. It looks like a color Jacqueline Kennedy would wear.
Just some random rosaries and key fobs. See, I've been busy! That top one on the left (green) went to a man in Ireland. He wanted a St. Michael center and two St. Michael medals. That's a serious prayer warrior! I even used little hand grenades for Our Father beads.
I hope you have a good remainder of the week. Come back tomorrow and see Our Heavenly Mother. She likes seeing you.