Monday, January 13, 2014

Weekend.

Just a few of the nicer, quieter moments selected from an otherwise pretty hectic weekend.

Playing with playdough.

playdough


Joe


Joe


Very serious about her gardening. Still gorgeous weather here, and still basically no rain this year. Not good!

Gardening


Gardening


Gardening


Working on a quilt for my little niece. I'm almost done!

Quilt progress shots


Quilt progress shots

Maggie, just hanging out on her tractor, eating a carrot. You know.

Maggie

9 comments:

  1. Oh man I am so stressed about the no rain, please may it start pouring soon. Great pics!

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    1. Not yet! It is funny how "catastrophic drought" can be quite pleasant to live through, but I know I am not going to be happy later this summer! :(

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  2. Sweet little gardening friend you have there. I hope you get some decent rain soon. Here, today's forecast is 45 degrees (C) and tomorrow, 46. (Whatever that is in F... unspeakably hot.) Strangely there has been no talk of summer water restrictions. Must be an election coming up.

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  3. It hasn't been raining much up here in Oregon, either (!). Weird. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for leaving the funny comment (Watson ain't bad either *cough* cough*). I was inspired by you to download the Fancy Pants pattern! I'm looking forward to sewing some up :) Your kids are so cute, as usual :D

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    1. OMG, I can't wait!!!! I've already worked out that Steve will be putting the kids to bed so that I can WATCH SHERLOCK! Squee!

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  4. very sweet photos, inder. joe has the best eyes. and that photo of maggie on the tractor is adorable.

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    1. Thank you Rachel! Maggie is such a ham these days. Joe is more resistant - like, I can get him to look at the camera, but only with his tongue sticking out!

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  5. Those pigtails! And those bare feet in the garden! Although the lack of rain- it's been strange here too in Seattle. Hope we have a rainy spring!

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    1. Me too! At this point, we're looking at a drought no matter what, but at least if we get a lot of spring rain, it will cut the wildfire risk. ARGH.

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