I have managed to make progress on my little quilt, but I've been trying to hold off showing it until it's together. I'm "this" close! See my hand with my finger and thumb nearly touching?
I've joined tonight's Friday Night Sew In again. Fingers-crossed that the top gets finished tonight. I think it's doable.
Here's some visual shots of the word accumulate. My thumb is pointing down. I don't hate winter, but at this point I'm looking forward to it going away.
All the lovely evergreens that were in the pot are buried.
That's a 48" metal ruler shoved into the snow pile near the door.
Looking out the front to the left down the street.
Looking up the street. The sun came out!
You can almost make out the steps leading up the back yard from the house.
These icicles are a big thumbs down. When I was little, I thought they were so cool looking. Now I know that the damage they can cause to a house. (Ice forms along the roof edge, called ice dams, and when the snow melts, the ice can block the water from running off the roof. With no where to go, the water can leak into the roof. The ice was removed shortly after these pics.)
(I've got a couple other shots to share next time, showing a couple neat things about winter and snow.)
For those of you who stopped by, a high five to you for paying me a visit. I will try my best to post more regularly, and I hope you'll be understanding if I fall off course from time to time.
These fingers are ready to sew, click and type. TGIF!