Tuesday, July 1, 2014
Back at Home
I had a wonderful week of doing genealogy research in Letchworth, New York with my Mom-in-love and Sis-in-love. My MIL's Great Grandfather and his family lived in Gibsonville, NY back in the late 1800's to early 1900's. Gibsonville is now one of the vanished cities, out of five, that are in Letchworth State Park. The park is called the Grand Canyon of the east and it's quite beautiful. I still have photos to upload from my phone so I can show you.
I came home to my garden in full bloom. I still have lots of landscaping to do around this new house but it's fun to take it slowly. The daylily is new to the garden and is called "Until my sweetheart returns". I got it for the name almost more than the color!
I got caught up today on my bee blocks. The first one, the Dutch Pinwheel is for Kerri. It was a lot of fun to make. Equally as fun was the block for Missy. I haven't made a basket block like this before and I really enjoyed it.
This last picture is a Robin's nest that is in one of my hanging baskets. Not only were there Robin's eggs but also Cowbird speckled eggs in the nest. I don't know if the Robin's will make it but I hope so. All that fuzz represents 5-6 birds in the nest all huddled together because of the strong winds we had today. It's so much fun to watch them! Have a great day!
Posted by Sewn With Grace at 9:07 PM
Labels: Bee Blocks, Gardening, Quilting
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Beautiful pictures, truly inspirational.ReplyDelete
Love seeing your gardends they are so pretty. Your blocks look great.ReplyDelete
Hope you have a great day.
Such beautiful pictures!! Love the pretty blocks and flowers!!ReplyDelete
Happy 4th of July!!