I wiped away the weeds & foam. / I fetched my sea-born treasures home... Ralph Waldo Emerson







Friday, November 7, 2014

Drip. Dripetty-drip-drip

 


Hi guys! So okay, maybe I oversold the beauty of November? The past two days have been---well, drippy.



No blue skies, no exciting storms. Warm. Muggy. Drizzle.


Mo likes drizzle so we walked a lot.

 
 Photos taken with Mo's help! They capture the blustery days quite well, don't they.
 

 
 



We peeked through fences,


 
 
 




looked in yards....

euonymous
 
 


 
I love this color palette
 
 
 
 


 

 
 

 


colors intensify when wet.
 
 

like a bonsai tree!

 
 

another stunning color grouping
 

It was a good day to sew. Despite a weeklong migraine, I finished prepping these Flags blocks. My heroic friend here Mel is gonna sew them! Awesome.













 
Tulips to keep me company. Love the fringy purple!



Mo snuggled at my side.



I made chocolate chip/ sour cream/ banana bread and Zatarain's Dirty Rice. The house smelled delish! (All from ''kits'' plus some extras, easy-peasy!)

Sunset comes so early now! But a promise pf a nicer day tomorrow? Have a wonderful weekend!


love

lizzy

gone to the beach


 
 
 
 
 
 
 

7 comments:

  1. Stunning colors! I happen to love rainy, muggy weather. Probably because it's so rare here.

    What are the pink berries/buds? They're so pretty. The last hydrangea photo is beautiful. I could go on, but I'll stop :)

    So nice of Mel to do your flag blocks for you.

    I made chocolate chip hazelnut biscotti last week. A pretty easy recipe compared to another one I used to make. Your banana chocolate chip bread sounds good...from a mix you say?

    Happy weekend, thanks to you and Mo for the lovely photos.

    Kel

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  2. That doesn't look like any blocks I am working on yet, although I realize you are ahead when you got that hard one out of the way.
    Such pretty photos from your outings

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  3. So Mo likes long walks in the rain, LOL?! The photos look pretty appealing, and like Kel I especially love the colors in that last hydrangea photo. I can't believe you took pictures of FISH, though!! I thought you didn't like fish?

    I know the vine on the fence is Virginia Creeper, but I don't recognize the pink berries. I'd like to know what they are, too! I love that color combo.

    Thanks for sharing, and I'll get started on your blocks as soon as I get them. I'm already ahead on my crochet-along....

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  4. The varigated bush w/ berries is euonymoous. I was surprised to see that the bright red "burning bush'' is a euonymous too. I ve nevr seen so many berries tho. Big crop.

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    1. Hmmm, thank you, I'll look it up.

      Kel

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    2. Mel says some varieties smell very bad and draw hordes of flies! But not the ones here....

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