Sunday, July 17, 2016

A Storytelling of Crows...

Well, late summer brings its "treasures" of heavy morning fogs that evaporate into noonday steam and afternoon irritability. Meanwhile indoors the house slowly evolves toward the next season.  In the bath a murder of crows begins to gather in my bathroom... According to Wikipedia a group of these stately birds can also be labeled a horde, a parcel, or a storytelling...  Didn't someone have fun with this one?

A few years ago I bought several window toppers from an Etsy shop. I love seasonal living so I enjoy changing them out as the days march on toward completing another round.

The huge crochet sunflower is a crochet pin from The Patchwork Heart in the United Kingdom. She is amazing. She also has an Etsy shop. I love watching her projects unfold. The colors she chooses play so nicely together. I love to crochet, but I am a procrastinator on joining the blocks!

Sunday. Sunday. We entertained some very dear friends briefly today. My son and a friend came to brighten my life by letting me speak my love language of cooking a meal. Garden chicken, Summer bright carrots, cauliflower, Oriental coleslaw, cheddar biscuits... My sister/cousin had been here earlier for a little slice of blueberry crumble bread and some delicious coffee she brought me from the Ozarks.

Another week begins with nurse and therapist visits, laundry, cleaning, and (I hope) little chats with friends.    

Tonight I have a date with My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2. I can't really remember the first one, but this is highly recommended. I will like it, I am sure.

Whimsy and Hugs!


Heaven's Walk said...

It looks like you are having a wonderfully blessed summer, Gayla! Hey....I never knew that about crows! lol Many people don't like them, but we welcome them to our yard because they help keep the hawks away from our little wildbirds at the feeders. :)

Blessings and love to you and your sweet momma!

xoxo laurie

From My Country Sunrise said...

coffee time again soon~~Take of YOU~~love you