I hope everyone's week is off to a great start. We had blue skies this morning, but by mid-afternoon, the winds had shifted and the skies turned gray.
Dust was whirling and twirling and causing a haze across the sky.
I love my job, but driving home in the mid-day heat is like tunneling through a furnace. A bit of crochet time is needed by the time I get here, so I picked up a ball of leftover yarn and whipped up these little granny squares. They will likely wind up as a baby blanket although I don't know anyone at the moment who is even pregnant.
While visiting Val at Yarni Gras, I learned that Craft Hope has started a project called Christmas in Dixie. They would like to provide handmade Christmas stockings to those families in the south who were displaced by tornadoes earlier this year. If you are interested in helping out, please visit the Craft Hope website.
I popped a peach cobbler in the oven while making dinner for the kids. There's just something about baking that makes everything right. I'm guessing it is the fact that when the baking is done, there's something sweet to enjoy.
Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first. ~Ernestine Ulmer
Wishing sweet blessings for you and yours, Tammy