Here is Scooter at the top of our garden stairs which we have finally finished landscaping. Here are some other views:
My guys, Mark and Mr C, constructed the steps from blue stone slabs and pavers. When my friend Reva asked what held them together, Mark said, gravity and friction. I am still hoping for a hand rail as I am not getting any younger. Here is what the pavers look like:
My tomatoes are coming along nicely:
Remember the funny little bird? I found out that it is a baby green heron. They apparently nest in the maple trees on the edge of Reed College across the street from the Rhodie Garden and the reservoir.
We are having a bit of a situation here. Mr C has what we hope is a minor medical situation. He had some tests last week and now we are spending the week-end wondering what the results will be. We had to cancel our trip to New York for the family reunions next week and so I will not be delivering the little girl quilt in person, but I am so happy that I have it almost finished.
I have had to do a lot of dog walking. This morning, Steph, Jack and M & M came over to spell me and took Scooter for a long walk around the Reed Canyon.
It is getting very hot so tonight, I picked up some take out and we ate on the deck. It was quite pleasant. I also grabbed a bouquet of Zinneas, one of my favorite flowers.
Today, I tidied up the studio from the little girl quilt escapade. I found something that I purchased on a whim and had forgotten about. It is an all in one tool that has several little tools. I think it will be great for taking with me to retreats, etc.
One end has a needle threader, tweezers, safety pin and magnafier.
The other end has several different little tools such as a seam ripper.
The center has a measuring tape. I think this is made by Fiskers.
Sorry for the blurry photos! OK, I think I am caught up with stuff. Hope you are having a nice week-end.