How I wish I were snowed in at the moment. I like cold so much better than blazing hot! And then here is the overall with this one finished! It is filling in so quickly.
Told you I just couldn't handle the light colored Sunday - so here's the re-do! Darker and bolder - more to my taste this way. Think my next day tag will be red.
I meant after Monday! I was shocked how closely the color called Halloween Eve (or Night - can't remember) matched Just Rust by CC. You almost can't tell the difference.
I've started on The Fourth and thought my purple polka dots would stand out on a Christmas Red background - seems it is waaayyyy more subtle than I intended. But, when it is placed with the other tags - it looks smashing. It will take me a another day or two until it is ready for its reveal.
Found myself in Bowling Green, Oh over the weekend. After living all my life in eastern Ohio - going up there seemed flat. But, watching storms come into the area was awesome. Then yesterday found us trimming trees and mowing the yard. Oh, and going to a child's birthday party - my first cousin twice removed for those with genealogy reference.
This weekend will find us attending a wedding reception for DH's step niece. I'm sure it will be an eventful time. That side of the family always keeps you on your toes! :)
Fireworks are going to be on the 4th and 6th in our area. I hope the rain holds off and we are able to watch. I love fireworks - it's the crowds that sometimes get to me. Our normal place for fireworks will be filled by the time we leave the reception so maybe we can get lucky and not have to walk for miles.
btw - today was the first time I have been able to return to exercising. My leg has finally stopped hurting. DH said the stitches look good although he thinks I may have a pucker. I can live with a tiny pucker on the back of my leg that I can't see - it has to be better than that ugly mole. Which the doctor called - both items removed were benign.
Hope everyone has a safe and wonderful 4th of July! And to those Canadians I know - Happy Canada Day!