As you can see above, my organized sewing room was totally left in Grants Pass Oregon. Only a few boxes are available in our room and I can not tell you what is in any one box without opening each one until I find what I am looking for. LOL. I will not complain though, at least I have it available and can use it when I can!
Sorry that you can not see the quilt block center that I am slowly embroidering. I have received several wonderful comments on it from onlookers at the local cafe. That is where Kevin and I go and hang out for hours at a time to escape the heat. Yeah, it is air conditinioned!! But, I am finding I really do enjoy embroidery and am having a fun time with this project. No time lines, no expectations, just a hobby to pass time and enjoy.
Dodger and I have seen so many forms of wild life; a red tailed fox, a Coach Whip snake (which was very long and green....scared the dickens out of me) a small two foot rattlesnake, which scared more than the dickens out of me!!! We caught a huge Black Tarantula and brought it back to the house in a cup with a lid I found laying beside the road. I wanted to get a picture and send to my daughter and mom and dad. I teased Kevin and said I had brought him a wonderful gift. He did not appreciate the thought and action behind it and I barely convinced him to snap the photo. I will have to post that later, I forgot. The variety of song birds and other birds is fascinating. I am currently working on making fabric postcards with an applique of a bird. I used various colors of fabrics to point out the variety of colors in these birds. They sing from dawn until after dusk. I am really curious what encounters I will have this month in July!
So, although, we have not found our own house, we are very happy and seeking new adventures everyday.