Tuesday, June 21, 2011
Wednesday, June 8, 2011
According to the latest roving rabbit reporter, Mr. MacGregor (aka DDD) has finally been spotted in his veggie patch, bravely encountering mosqitos to get his garden planted. Our camera bunny captured said fellow planting potatoes recently. Keep an eye out for carrots in the east end, fellow munchers!
Lupines recently framed by our border patrol.
Our linespotters surmise the end of modified baseball season. This appears to be the last time uniform # 2 was hung out to dry before being turned in at end of a very successful season. (Our long-earred spies have heard numerous reports of great plays, runs earned and games won- 5&3).
And our roving photographer captured these parting shots of frilly columbines, pretty poppies and delightful iris to satify your soul. However, she will not share her delectable photos of tender young lettuce or tasty strawberry leaves. Her twitching nose seems to indicate a recent picnic in the posey patch.
Thursday, June 2, 2011
It's been baseball season, but the recent rainy weather has wreaked havoc on our schedule. Looks promising for tonight and Saturday's double header!
Spent much of the Spring working on an anniversary drawing for a neighbor's Silver celebration. Other projects I've been working on lately include a hunting dog illustration, artwork for GreenPrints' eletter editions, a notecard design for a Bed and Breakfast, and a logo for Bruno's Dog House, as well as covered bridge illustrations for my 2012 Farmhouse Greetings calendar (they have been on the back burner, but hope to get back to that soon)! Recently bought a small drawing table for the front porch, where I hope to spend some idle moments just doing some fun stuff (watercolor flower sketches- something that doesn't demand intense concentration).
My daughter's visiting Israel and I hope she's safe and healthy and having a wonderful time. Looking forward to sharing her stories.
Seasonal flowers from my garden and from a recent day trip to Cooperstown.......