Hubby has been walking at Meeks Park most every day and I go every other day. It was a little warm and with the humidity we worked up a good sweat. It's still a gorgeous place, though.
I took this picture through my sunglasses trying to eliminate the sun's glare on the creek. Obviously it didn't totally work.
Tonight there will be a movie night at the park with free snow cones, popcorn and hotdogs. The movie will be Charlotte's Web.
I've been prepping a new needle turn applique project and am just now starting the stitching. It's a gorgeous pattern and I hope to do it justice.
Back in April when family members were here, I had a quilt hanger put in the master bedroom. Right now it has my pig quilt on it because it happened to be the one I grabbed at the time.
Its about time to change it out for something different.
I've also canned some green beans that I bought from our friend who has a booth at the farmers' market. I wound up with 21 pints of green beans. They are so much better than anything you can buy at the grocery store.
|12 of the 21 pints|
Since tomatoes are at their peak right now, we like to have tomato pie made from local grown tomatoes.
It was SO good. We'll have more too.
We have unfortunately had some visitors we didn't want. This hornet nest was attached to the bottom of a shelf under the leanto back of our garage. This one was over 12 inches long from the shelf to the bottom. It had to go which is sad. The nests are so gorgeous. Some folks use the vacant nests as part of their country/ mountain decor. Normally you see them up in trees.
Hope everyone is having a good summer. Y'all take care.