Tuesday, July 2, 2019
Since the storms passing, I thought I should check on some outdoor things. The lavender is almost in full bloom and he scent is lovely. I should have spun my hanger - a bouncy, bell kitty that looks like my Bella.
I lost a couple of seed geraniums, but still a splash of color for my little gecko to enjoy.
The large geraniums survived although a bit drenched - will have to let them dry out for a spell.
And I really expected to see the holly hocks brocken right off. These surprised us this year as they have always been a deep purple, almost black color. Fushia and pink!! They are hiding the 'Silver Bell' rose bush I bought my MOM many Mother's Days long ago. Not silver, but the brightest white.
BUT, I did know the storm would take away the full beauty of this almost 200 year old rose bush. Oh, the scent that flows from this!! AND the bees just love it - so you don't want to get too close. There's still lots of little blooms yet to open, so it will shine again.
Those pinks made me come back and get together my supplies for the new RSC19 color - PINK! All the pieces ready for the two versions of the Chandelier Bead Blocks.
I haven't been doing a lot of sewing as prepping for an upcoming event and some step outs for a class I will be teaching in a week. Then I need to get serious about finishing that Christmas in July project.