Saturday, May 30, 2015

Soggy hello!

I have been crocheting away.  This is what my project looked like last night.
Now It looks like this.
Got the dining room pretty much fixed up.  Jack will hang the shelf for my salt and pepper shakers.
We broke the record for rain in May for Fayetteville AR, over 14 inches and Forst Smith further south has had over 20 inches.

I did see the moon the other evening.
Here is Sylvia and her dad from the other night.
Afghan naps.

Tummy rubs.
And doing her best to cute a treat from me.
Thanks for visiting.  Huggles and blessings.

6 comments:

  1. That crochet tunic/poncho looks neat! Sylvia is such a sweet, affectionate cat. It's clear she loves you both as much as you love her!

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  2. We have had our share of rain too. Hopefully next week will be a little dryer for both of us. Hope the temperature stays cooler too.

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  3. We have been having a troublesome amount of rain too although thankfully not that much! I just remind myself how much the ground needs it... though I do wish it were spread out a bit more through the summer!! Glad you're settling into your new place and can get such lovely sunsets. :D

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  4. Glad all three of you are settled in your new home, let's hope June is a drier month for you. May must of been one of our coldest.

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  5. Oh that cover up is Gorgeous...
    I know what you mean, here in North Texas we have gotten so much they are having to let the lakes out... Praise the Lord we get to dry up this week.

    Hope you are having a Blessed filled Sunday...

    Blessings,Renee

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  6. Hi MIchelle, your crocheting is lovely and my, do you get alot done. That pattern would have intimidated me to no end! I guess you've moved now....your dining room is cozy and pretty! Your red couch is pretty too....red is so cheerful. I like it. I hope you are having a nice day. I need to get busy...I'm always on the tired side it seems. Old age I guess =)

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