June 30, 2008
There was some work to do by hand, but after a while John had most of it done. Now when we drive on it, the sound reminds us of pulling into a Dairy Queen when we were kids.
June 28, 2008
Labels: Art - Fabric Art
June 26, 2008
June 21, 2008
The 'girls' are tired as they have been using much energy lately with the raccoons still in the attic. Yes, they are still here! I have this cute little doll in the laundry room that I received as a gift many years ago. She is made from a mop and my kitties like to use her as a pillow when my lap isn't available. I'm going to plant flowers today so looks like they are going to be in the laundry room with Laundry Miss to keep them company.
June 19, 2008
June 17, 2008
We arrived in Rineyville a few days ago and we are getting settled in to spend the Summer and Fall. Just got the internet connected yesterday, and thought it would be fitting to post a few pictures I took today.
We have residents-to-be in the barn. I believe they are house sparrows, but have not seen the mother as of yet. I hope we didn't scare her away with the activity of the past couple of days.
We have much noisier residents in the attic. A family of racoons took up residency sometime before we arrived and they have been running around overhead and in the walls. We have tried to scare them away with noise making of our own. All is quiet this evening so maybe they moved out and we can close up the hole in the siding. Don't get me wrong, I think racoons are very cute - but not in the attic!
It was really a beautiful morning for a walk when I snapped a few pictures of Kentucky in early summer bloom.
Shown here are Queen Anne's Lace, wild Roses and Day Lilies.