Next Tuesday, Sept. 2 is my first anniversary of this blog called "My Quilting Porch" with that beautiful Maryland sunset for a header.
Many of you have been faithful in following my quilting, weather disasters, gardening such as it is in these woods, and visitors. So I now want to give you a chance to get a little piece of some of my work.
I love scrappy and using up all those bits and pieces we make doing big quilts. So this is a little bit of scraps. Mostly Thimbleberries.
So from now to Tuesday if you make a comment for the giveaway your name shall go down for the drawing which I shall do sometime in the late afternoon of Sept. 2. EDT. Please if you are an anonymous be sure to leave your email Addy so i can find you.
Now to show you the newest guest in our home.
Doctor decided it was time to give me a little relief from pushing the wheelchair around and ordered a Scooter for hubby. He's having a hard time learning to drive but is improving every day. Isn't it Jazzy? That's his name.
Funny the other morning after hubby had taken a Vicodin for pain the night before, he said he woke and thought I was sitting in the living room with him. LOL! Just Jazzy sitting there.
Then Tuesday when I went to the basement to finish quilting my paper pieced quilt, I looked out the window and saw this
He is growing fast and eating the weeds. That's better than the leaves off the azaleas. I went back upstairs to get my camera and shot this out the downstairs porch window. He was just as far away as the width of the driveway. All by himself. Yesterday while I was gone, hubby said that the home care nurse and Bill, our friend that is coming and sitting while I have a day out, was fascinated watching both of the fawns and the Mother eating away in the back. These city people don't know what they are missing. Our neighbor said there is also a young buck around. I haven't seen him but their antlers are just growing now and unless you are a hunter they are hard to see.
So the comment list is open. Good luck to one of you. Thanks for visiting.