Well, I am loving the weather this week! Last week made me realize that I am not ready for the cold weather yet! When I got to the farm last, my apple tree still had tons of little apples on it and I took these pics but I'm sure that they are gone now since it's been so cold!
I've been trying to organize my craft room and I have so much DMC floss that instead of seeing if I have a color to make a project with, I just buy what I need so that I don't have to look through all of it. So I am hoping to take it from this.........
This is a fall scene from the farm. I've really been missing it this week. I haven't been able to go there for three weeks! That's probably the longest I have went all summer without visiting!
I love this cabin! It's in a state park here in West Virginia. It was moved to this spot from another location nearby and it's where husband asked me to marry him! Right there on those very steps!!
This is the latest project that I have completed. It's from Prairie Schooler and I'm bummed that I didn't get it finished before Halloween, but I guess I'll have it for next year!
Until next time, hope everyone is having an aweome Fall and getting lots of projects finished!
I have been a crafter for many years!! Have tried almost everything atleast once! My favorites are quilting, cross stitching and sign making, which I have been doing alot of this fall! I Love looking at others blogs and things that they have created! Married to a wonderful man named Steve and I have one daughter named Erica and a grandaughter, Cheyenne, who is the light of my world! I can't believe how wonderful being a grandmother is! Finally taking some time in my life to slow down and do the things that I've always wanted to do. Still working part time as a nurse but devoting more time now to creating and hope to have a little shop running soon! I live in the southern coal fields of West Virginia and part time on my little farm in Ohio and I love both of them!
If the sight of the blue skies fills you with joy, if a blade of grass springing up in the fields has power to move you, if the simple things of nature have a message that you understand, rejoice, for your soul is alive. ~Eleonora Duse