Today has already begun in a hectic manner, but "All shall be well" as Julian of Norwich believed.
I've slowed my breathing by walking through the garden and thinking about how lucky I am in my daughters and my grandchildren. It is a lovely day.
First clematis bloom.
My fascination with garlic continues.
I made this ironing board cover the other day. I pinned the old and dreadfully stained cover onto this fabric and cut it out.
Then I sewed all around it with an overlock stitch.Then ran a tapestry needle and pearl cotton through it.Then positioned it on the ironing board and pulled the pearl cotton cord tight. Easy and much better looking ironing board cover.
Now, I guess I'd better get back to some of my chores, etc. Erin and our Max will be here later today. Mila isn't coming, and I'm so disappointed. I have such cute little dresses waiting for her and hoped to get pictures of her wearing them. However, Max will be here and his chubby, good-natured self should help.