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







Friday, April 24, 2015

Friday

Hi! It's Friday again. 42*/ windchill 37* winds NNW at 34 mph
Time for the beach.




I love this bench.
 I plan to spend many summer evenings here.

pleasantly empty


















click to enlarge

the blue is the reflection of the sky
a horseshoe crab coming ashore to lay her eggs.

she's about the size of a soccer ball




treasure


Coming home: nothing says Happy like forsythia in bloom. Maybe it's mundane---but so wonderful to me.






I used the outtake blocks of the antique quilt top to make a small crib quilt [or large doll quilt?]. The little bits of fabric were too special to just fold away, unused. 





Have a great weekend. Wish me good luck / good karma for the flea [s].

love


lizzy

gone to the beach

evening - a squall out over the ocean.
See the ribbons of rain, unfurling grey.



7 comments:

  1. Ooh, lots of great beach pictures! I'd love to walk along the water's edge, but not when the water is that cold!

    The pale green seaglass is just beautiful. I love that color.

    Love the tiny quilt, it looks perfect. Are you going to quilt it?

    Forsythias here are long gone, most spring-blooming trees have already done their thing. I still have some tulips blooming, though.

    The rain clouds over the sea are a little scary-looking!

    Enjoy the beach for us, too!

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    1. The seaglass is a piece of an old coca cola bottle.
      I'll have the doll quilt quilted when the large quilt is done. My hand can t do much quilting :-(

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  3. Such pretty skies even if it is a squall.
    My forsythia does not do well, as the deer like it too much!

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  4. Love the boardwalk photo and the photo with the bench as well...and the pictures with the birdies, and...

    Very pretty treasures too!

    Hope the weather warms up at least a little soon.

    Kel

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  5. Wishing I could shop with you.

    Your beach is breathtaking.

    If I found one piece of seaglass I'd be so tickled you could probably hear me all the way to your beach. That doesn't stop me from looking all the time.

    I can hardly wait to see what you find at the market.

    Aloha,
    Hunter

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  6. Ahhhh, the sea! I can almost smell it. :) Have a good time flea - ing! :) Kit

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