Design - "Acorns & Pines"
Designer - Little House Needleworks
Fabric - 14 count Ivory Aida
Fibers - DMC - 2 strands
Started - 2014
Completed - 30 July 2014
Today I'm feature a stitch that my Mom finished working on yesterday.
Way to go Mom!
This is what it looks like as Cat Meal Time approaches. We gather and we pace about and we talk!
While the bunnies are pretty quiet, the quail do talk at meal times!
They also talk as they march along.
I wonder how far these little ones walk in a day.
After breakfast it is time to groom and doze in the early morning sunlight.
They're still here! Strictly speaking I've not seen a guy in a couple of days now, but there is a female Evening Grosbeak still coming to the feeders.
Can you tell Courting Time is over for the American Goldfinches? They guys are starting to look dirty or smudgy.
I never know what garden art might provide a good resting spot. This Junco likes one of my dragonfly plant stakes.
The Acorn Woodpeckers eat peanuts and acorns and other 'hard' foods. And as they do not have teeth, they 'eat' gravel bits which are used in their gizzard to help break up the food and make it easier to digest.
I sat on the Front Porch and watched the Acorns.
They did not appreciate me being so close to the peanut feeder and let me know how they felt!
But finally they decided to ignore me and grab a peanut or two.
Dinner - it's what to eat!
One year ago today Mom and I headed north to Carlisle.