Thursday, July 4, 2019

Just a Quick Pop In


I did get the little CW charms into their boxed setting and the only thing left of the pile of beige scraps is that pile of left over muslin.  This will sit for further work.


The two versions of the Chandelier Bead Blocks are finished in this month's RSC19 color - PINK.  I had one Tiny Tuesday block to catch up in the blue - Churn Dash - which looks so different set on point.


I popped out on the 4th (just in town for a few things) and when I came back I caught a glimpse of something ruffling across the side field.  By the time I got the camera, the ruffle was headed into the tree line along our neighbors.  Do you want to guess?


Can you tell now?  I'll try to close in without getting closer.


Mama skunk leading her '8' babies thru the fields after a drink at the rivelet and back up into their den.  She's almost completely black, but look at all that white!  One black with a large white mark across back and tail, but the rest are all white.

I am going to be taking a blogging break.  I will have my post up for the 14th - the first day of the Christmas in July Hop.  BUT I have a lot of things happening with an added twist - we had to put my Mom into the hospital on the 3rd.  We don't know where that will lead yet - so family planning.

Hope you all had a safe and lovely 4th of July,
Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

13 comments:

  1. So sorry your Mom is in the hospital. Praying things go well for all. Love your chandelier blocks. The skunks? NOT SO MUCH lol but interesting the babies are white.

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  2. That's a lot of skunks! They seem cute to me, but then I've never had to deal with the reality of them.

    Sorry to hear about your Mom - I hope the family can agree on the best way to proceed.

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  3. Sharon , just like Momma Skunk, you will all rally for your Mum. XXX

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  4. Sorry to hear your Mom is in the hospital.....prayers for her and family during this time.

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  5. Take whatever time you need. Sending prayers for your Mom and for the family. We have skunk, but seeing that many at once would creep me out.
    Pat

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  6. Oh my gosh! What an incredible shot of the little skunk family! I thought the same thing about the churn dash...now different it looks set on point. Hoping your mom is doing a little better by now.

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  7. So many tiny stinky babies....grin. Sure hope things go okay with your Mom....prayers.

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  8. Hope your mother is better. Glad you didn't get a closer look at the skunks.

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  9. I hope the family can agree on the best for your Mom, I'm not sure it will be the best of family meetings--been there---who knew skunk babies were white ?? Hugs & Prayers

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  10. Sorry that your Mom's in the hospital, hopefully she's doing better.

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  11. Lovely blocks, thanks for sharing Mum skunk and family , I have not seen them before. Best wishes to your Mum.

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  12. Hope all is going well with your Mom and you are having some relaxing sewing time.
    And hoping that you aren't getting sprayed with all those little skunks roaming around!

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  13. Oh, Sharon, thoughts and prayers for your Mom and you. And yikes, I am one of those odd folks that love the smell of skunk!! And the babies are sooooo cute!!

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