I pulled the bean header again, this time 30 miles. Quinten and Gabriel got a head start going down the road in the combines …
… but I caught up with them and followed them the rest of the way to Pickensville, AL.
Another day, Quinten needed a ride to the Oswalt Farm so I obliged him. He greased up the equipment …
… before starting his day of field cultivating.
Saturday, Miguel came to help set up the playground swings in the pines in the back yard.
He brought his sister Christine along and …
… they stayed for our pizza supper.
Teryn is growing so fast, it seems.
Paul enjoyed a little holding time.
Picking cotton and hauling it away kept Kirby and Ashton busy.
… as a Quilter
I was bequeathed all this fabric and blocks from Veronica from some unknown quilter in the parking lot at Joann's.
My “lily” quilt had lots of wobbly ripples in it when I got through quilting it.
But, don't worry! I blocked it and poured lots of water on it and it dried nice and smooth and flat.
It is finished, all the way down to the label and the hanging sleeve on the back. I’m calling it “Only a Lily.”