Sunday, July 10, 2011
SUNNY SUNDAY SENTIMENTS!
Helen loves little fiddly works; so she copied a label to paper then copied that by fine pen onto cloth.
I couldn't post the photo, but needless
to say it's perfect.
It;s a sign, strawberry season is almost over here in Ontario. OMG...we are half way into July already. Where does time go?
This year we didn't have much rain so the berries weren't very big, however these babies came from a Menonite farm that sells produce from other local farms. No pesticides here as all their produce is done organically. We noted that they do buy from wholesalers at times and the woman at the counter said that yes they did, but, when their products are available they use local farmers.
My little brave puppy is doing well. His eye is black but there doesn't appear to be any discomfort anymore. He still bumps into everything being a conehead till next Saturday, but he's doing well.
I'm making slip covers for the great room. I will post the event when done as I worked for about two hours on the first cover yesterday trying to figure out how to make a square corner. The first was easy, it was the second one that was a dewsy. Helen arrived in the afternoon to guide me through my problem....Oh now I know how to do it! Honestly, I do have to be shown visually so many things.
Cottage weather is fabulous, although we could use some rain I think as everything around us is quite dry. Yesterday, the traffic on the lake was like Grand Central Station! The first two weeks of July, and the first two of August are the busiest on the lake. After those two weekends, people from far away, close their cottages and put the boats away. A shame as many cottages are only used for a couple of weeks.
Our (formerly new) neighbours are enjoying the season immensely, and one knows that there are young children around, when around 9 am the boat starts up and off they go tubbing which brings peels of cheers.
I'm off to sew..wish me luck.
ps. does anyone use google reader, and if so let me know about it. I need to send instructions to a friend.
thanks in advnce.