Happy Mother's Day! I was so happy to wake up and
find that the geese have hatched their babies.
We have 5 little goslings following Mom and Dad
around the pond. So sweet. The little guys have a lot of
obstacles to overcome. Snapping turtles, a hawk,
a pike and who knows what else eats them. Soon as I
can get close I'll get some photos.
The first of the month was our church's annual spring
rummage and bake sale. I think I mentioned at one
time that we do it twice a year. I'm the one in charge
of getting it together, but I have the best group of ladies
that help me. Although they told me there was a method
to their madness too, nobody wants to be in charge!
Its a whole week of craziness that we do twice a year. We
sold just about every thing this year. What we didn't sell
went to the Mission for them to sell. All I have to say is,
I could see what a couch potato I was this winter...it
just about killed me.
Other than that I'm still playing with clay, knitting prayer
shawls, and this weekend I am planting my flowers. I think
its safe to say that we won't get a freeze. Knock on wood.
My sister Beverly is coming up from New Orleans this week.
We have lots of beady things planned...some new projects
using fibers, a trip to Milwaukee to the Bead and Button Show.
She's staying for about 3 weeks. Yahoo!!
Have a blessed Mother's Day!