Hopefully I'll get that sucker installed tomorrow!
I'm still playing around with "Losing Track" and have decided to change the color scheme....again! I haven't sewn anything down yet, but here's how it's lookin':
The tracks are a bit deeper red than they show in the pic, but I'm thinking that they may need to be even deeper/brighter.
Outside my sewing room, the hummers are going crazy over the food. I assume that the babies are all hatched and flying now, as all three of our feeders are busy from sunup to sundown.
While I was trying to photograph that ruby throat, I noticed that the suet feeder just above the hummer feeder was getting a lot of action. Here's a catbird snacking on C's fine suet.
I really have been busy, but in dribs and drabs that probably wouldn't interest you. It seems that I can't be content to work on just one project at a time. I keep thinking that I should do that, but then multitasking takes over, and I forget about it!
Our preacher and his wife have three lovely daughters. Sarah, their 'middle child' recently graduated from the University of Georgia and is spending a year in Tanzania working for the Episcopal Diocese of Tanganyika, which is one of the companion diocese of the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta. You can read about her experiences here. We're all very proud of you Sarah!