I looked out my window and saw these roses. It was if they were faeries dancing in the breeze. I just had to run out and take a picture. We are so grateful for the breezes here to help drive out the heat--although a dry heat is better than a humid heat like on the east coast...
I have been trying to get a good picture of this mining cart. My dear husband makes them and he is going to try and market them to people as planters. It may be hard to tell,. but they are very authentic looking. One guy has already bought one. Hopefully we can put them in some of the nurseries in the area with business cards to take.
I am so pleased with this picture. This was the block of the month for my guild. I didn't want to do anything too involved because it was out community service night and that is not always well attended. There did seem to be a lot of people there this time. That is always a good thing.
I think last year the guild made 600+ quilts for charity. A lot of people do their part, but there are some who have never made a quilt for community service.
Enough of that. This is the beginning of August. This month's quote is
A lady is one who never shows her underwear unintentionally.
Lillian Day was a novelist, biographer and playwright. She wrote a book, The Youngest Profession, in 1938 which was turned into a movie starring Edward G Robinson. She spent the last 30+ years of her life living in France.
Back to my blocks.........