We've been meeting for 6 weeks now, and we've made some nice connections and progress with our prayer shawls. Yesterday we had the opportunity to bless the first shawl to be completed! I am remiss that I did not take a picture of the shawl, the creator, and the recipient, but perhaps she will allow me to do so next week and I can update this posting?
In addition to class keeping me busy, we've had two winter snow storms to manage (hence a new banner and winter theme for the blog!) .
Even though we had the inconvenience of no power for a day and a half (NOTHING compared to those brave souls in the Northeast), we kept quite snug with our fireplace. The two afternoons were spent hauling fire wood.
Max was busy building ski jumps and such, so my garden baby stood as a good substitute and was quite the willing helper in packing down the snow for a path to the hen house.
For days the hens stayed snug in their coop, but I got a few quick pictures when they were brave enough to come out and gather around the watering hole.
Do you recognize the hen next to the rooster? That is our baby who hatched this spring. She is all but full grown. Perhaps soon she will start laying??? I can't wait to find out what color her eggs will be!
The pups and I enjoyed some beautiful walks around the reservoir.
We weren't the only ones enjoying the winter beauty.
My sincere apology for the VERY LENGTHY post today. Thank you for sticking with me. I guess that's what happens when you don't post for over 2 weeks!
Blessings for now and I hope to be back sooner than later.