Most houseguests call before they move in...our latest ones didn't bother. They did, however, explore the entire porch before deciding to make our front door their home.
Recognize the nest?? It belongs to these guys:
They're incredibly cute, but now we have to be very careful before opening the front door. They flit around and scream at us whenever we dare to exit/enter the house. And they haven't even had their babies yet--it will get noisier, but the babies will certainly make for some cute photos.
On Saturday, summer arrived and with it, the flies that drive the horses nuts. Everyone got new fly masks this year and were kind enough to model them for me. What do you think??? Aren't these the best?! The boys got cross-eyed eyes staring at a butterfly and the girls got flowers. This is Bailey...
And here's Kate:
And for a little quilty goodness, here's another practice piece that I did after watching Jamie Wallen's Cotton Tracks. After all, isn't this blog supposed to be about quilting??
Notice the painting in my header?? This one is called "Big Butt" and is by Leslie Ann Webb. Click hereto read about Leslie and see more of her work.
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Dorothy, Dort and more recently, Dory. Yes, three names. I was called Dort when I was little (much better than Dot) and now its morphed into Dory. That's the problem with a name like "Dorothy." What do you do with it?? (For the rest of this thrilling saga, click on "About Me" at the top of the blog.)
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