I have to say that all the ice and snow is now gone, but it's hardly balmy in our little hamlet.
I snapped a quick pic of the thermometer outside the window tonight and as you can see, the only Summer Day around here is this one...
or variations of it.
Just like last month, Sue and I got together to spend a day Schnibbling. Now I am a Canadian gal and I know a little about geese. I know they can be messy...
I know they almost never travel alone but always in great numbers...
but I also know they are a beautiful bird, no matter their colour
(photo courtesy of http://sunshinevalleyorganicfarm.blogspot.ca)
and ours are just as beautiful, if I might be permitted to brag.
Sue did her quilt in 1930 reproduction fabrics and calls it "Summer Past"
and now, just because quilts look so charming hanging on a line or on the side of a barn, I braved the chilly winds today and took a few more shots.
By the way, did any of you happen to notice I said I made mine from "scraps" from my kit that Mr. O bought last month? Well this has to be a record for me, because I have it all made up and it is at the long armer quilter right now, along with another I finished up this week. Yup! You heard it right, I have finished up 2 queen sized quilts this week! Hopefully they will be ready for me to bind when I return from vacation...just 5 more sleeps!