Good Morning from Newfoundland, Canada. Times are busy but enjoyable here.
Last week, I canned Chili and Herring and am quite pleased that they both were very tasty. Just getting ready for Hay Making time to have some quick foods available...
Of course I am busy at my rug hooking...I don't mind the wet days because then I can hook away and not feel guilty about NOT going outside.
I have sent off four pieces of my work to a Museum in Nova Scotia, Canada, for display and on consignment. Keeping my fingers crossed that I will receive a few nice comments. :)
This is a picture of one I am working on at the present time. Please ignore those scribbles and scratches...that is the way I work...I make changes as I hook. Sometimes it is difficult to see a certain part of my work and I have to go by guess...:0) However, persistence is my second name and I like challenges.
Enjoy your day, everyone, and thanks for dropping by...
Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Spring has arrived early here in Newfoundland, Canada, at least where I live on the Burin Peninsula. Vegetable Planting time and Lamb time... Sharing a few pictures of such..