It has been cold here but no snow, not even a flake. It almost makes me feel guilty after watching the news reports on all of those folks stuck for hours on the highway, but we have lived through our share of blizzards, just not this January.
We had 23 turkeys one morning. I took a bunch of photos but couldn’t get very many in one shot and they are hard to see against the brown bark of the trees.
There are tracks everywhere. It looks like a game preserve
Of course, I guess that happens when your neighbor puts a feed buffet out with an open 24/7 sign.
I finished two paper piecing projects last week – a wall hanging for my sewing area and one for a tray.
I also read “The Crossing” by Michael Connelly, “Private Down Under” by James Patterson, and started “The Operative” by Andrew Britton. I’d highly recommend “The Crossing” if you like the detective character, Harry Bosch.
This week, I’m going to finished reading “Big House, Small House, Back House, Barn,” anxiously await the bloom on my Walking Iris, and start a couple of pillows and a baby-sized rag quilt.
Right now I’m off to make an upside down cranberry cake. That sounded like a good way to get this week started on a good note.
Working outside the home, baking, crafting, reading, quilting, gardening – what’s up at your house this last week of January? 🙂