and purple echinacea (cone flowers) are still flourishing.
The rain that eluded us during the hot summer months has finally decided to pay us a visit and the lawns and fields that were once dry and brown are now a lushdeep green. That against a back drop of leaves that are starting to change color makes for a perfect Autumn setting.
Frankie and Ollie are becoming tighter with each passing day.
Ollie will be four months old on the 6th of October and we decided that he was overdue for his first visit to the doggie spa.
The groomer said that he passed with flying colors and wasn't the least bit afraid of the bath or having his hair clipped and dried.
Much better now, huh?
|Aren't I a handsome dude?|
I finally completed all the large stitcheries for the Wishes quilt...
and thoroughly enjoyed each and every one of them.
Bronwyn Hayes from the Red Brolly is a very talented designer.
I'm now working on the applique parts and as soon as these are finished, I'll be able to assemble the first block. I can't wait to see how it looks. Of course I'm doing mine in wool.
Come along with me as I take you around our house to enjoy some touches of Autumn.
The dining room...
and the living room...
I had my second follow up CT scan last Wednesday and now have to wait until the 9th of October for my appointment with the oncologist for the results.
The waiting is the difficult part.
My heartfelt thanks to all of you for your continued thoughts, prayers and support. It would certainly be a long and lonely road to travel without you all.