1) A successful intro to 4-H event at our home. I love when the fields are full.
It seems that we have been so fast pace lately, nice turn for this afternoon to be a slow afternoon. 10/10.
It's May in Maine and Adrian asserts the girls are crazy.
The girls have been into their old fashioned ways lately! Lots of mama mades! And I absolutely love it! Only next time I hope Anna-Kate decides to forage for a meal that it's not my newly sprouted green beans.
The daisies are in bloom and the first thing Anna-Kate wanted to do is pick one for Ms. Allison, our favorite children's librarian. 100% her idea. A trip to the library to deliver was in order!
The only thing Adrian wears that's homemade now for the most part is pajamas. I decided to make him some new pajama pants and use coordinating fabric for them to all match. The girls may just wear theirs as dresses, or pajamas. I just love sewing for them, thankful they will still wear things I make.
Went to spend this little one's birthday money. Only the man gave her the medal and the bird she was hoping for. And the next one thought she was so cute that he gave her both matryoshka sets for $1.
It was a good day to treasure hunt!
May 20th, what would have been my mom's 71st. Audra made the cake. Chocolate on chocolate. I was trying to go easy and make it from the box, but double the oil was dumped. Nothing to do but add homemade cake batter to a boxed cake batter. Two cakes now. One is headed for the freezer.
Audra's wearing a nod to my dad, a Cornell shirt. I just happened to match with the Cornell sweatshirt my dad gave me in high school. It's now a garden sweatshirt. Clearly dirty. It is what it is.
Alas, I digress.