Celebrating St Paddy’s Day!
This is what I walked in to yesterday morning upon my arrival at the inn!
The Richmond Express quilters had pulled out all of the stops including (but not limited to) green bagels for a very St. Paddy’s Day breakfast!
I just love the creativity that groups bring into this space – and it isn’t limited to the quilting quarters –
It spreads from room to room and down each hallway.
Oh happy day!
And isn’t this little guy just the cutest?
Top o’ the mornin’ to ye!
(The VERY green bagels are hysterical. LOL!)
There is much quilty activity to go with the fun food happenings –
While Pfeffernusse from String Fling grows on this wall –
There is a yummy selvage spider web growing here –
And more stringy things in this corner brought to you by the color yellow!
Pressing all the seams –
I spy some quarter log cabin blocks!
And a Pat Sloan sampler in blue/yellow –
And one in pink/green happening!
Four of us escaped yesterday afternoon with a break in the weather – and making the best of the moment of non-rain and even a patch or two of blue sky and sunshine, headed out to stretch our legs down Bear Branch Road –
And the cows were wandering near the old tumble down cabin!
It was a front yard party!
A little too far zoomed in –
But imagine us all on the road doing our best to coax this bovine to turn and show us its face instead of just its hind end. “Whooowhooo! Over here! Say cheese!” LOL!
I love the white faced babies – so cute!
A week ago the forsythia was wild with bright yellow. It’s fading now, but I caught what I could – it is so vibrant through here!
And as the forsythia goes (So sad) the upside is – the grass is turning so green!
To carry in on our green bagel theme of the day – bring on the green.
Thanks for coming with me ladies! It’s keeping me on track, and gives me a chance to get to know you better!