How amazing is that?? A Michelle Ridgway original of the Supervisor!! I have to say a few tears were shed when I opened it....Thank you so much Michelle it is beautiful, we both love it and it will be framed and go up next to Puku.
I am still gobsmacked and can't believe what you have done, you really are a very special person Michelle. Thank you, thank you , thank you!!!!
Here is the subject, relaxing after his walk this morning.
So for a bit of a catch up
The Aussie Hero quilt has gone in the mail
And last week Margaret and I presented the Dignity Quilt to Rice Village (back), they were very excited to see the quilt and really pleased with it.
(front) I am pleased to say we have started something here, the quilt was shown at an Australia wide meeting for the Mercy Health organisation and they are going to try and contact quilting groups near the Mercy Health homes and see if that group will make a Dignity Quilt for them. How good is that, there might even be funds to help them be made.
While at Eve's place I walked her dog
Basil the Bad, he is a Jug, Jack Russell X Pug. (Looks angelic there doesn't he!!)
We went several days to the Arboretum just down the road, it is a very nice place to have a walk.
Sunrise here was beautiful
Some spring flowers are out very early
The Supervisor likes to lick the soil, shame there are pea seeds sprouting there!!
I have laid out two KOGO rugs in the making.this one isn't too bad
this one had squares of differing sizes, so will be interesting to see how it goes together.
and lastly, if I have not put you to sleep, hubby did another pastel from a photo I took at Hobbiton in NZ. It is framed now so hard to get a reasonable photo. Now we need to find wall space.
Ok I am off to sew knitted squares together.