I helped host the Logan County Fair last night and thought I’d share the Grand prize quilt with you.
Isn’t this a scrappy beauty? It is hand quilted.
Judging started yesterday and I think some continued today.
The “Bargains Galore on 64” is in full swing through the weekend. Hwy 64 runs through the town I work in, Ozark, AR, and the traffic was very busy today. I saw a beauty today though as I walked back in after lunch. I saw a vintage pink Cadillac with tail fins and rag top. I found out later, when telling a friend about it, that the car is owned by a lady who works in Ozark and she drives it every day. How have I missed that beautiful car all this time?
The garden has done pretty good this year. The squash is done but we still have peppers, tomatoes, carrots,watermelons, etc. growing. We have two raised beds. Here is the last “big” harvest I did. David has harvested more, since this picture, but I thought it made for a pretty picture. There’s kale, jalapenos, banana peppers, okra, cherry tomatoes, pearl onion, squash and eggplant. I took this picture right after I washed them.
The weekend is drawing near and I hope to be able to work in my sewing room this weekend. There are so many things I want to get done and I just haven’t had time, of late, to do them.
This little poem came to me this evening.
I guess that’s it for now.
Chat with you soon,