Friday, 10 February 2017

Here & Now




Loving // this beautiful pink Hibiscus growing on a tree in my neighbourhood,
Eating // tomatoes, red and green - fresh from my vege garden
Drinking //at this moment a hot chocolate, soon it will be a TGIF chardonnay
Feeling //tired  and a wee bit stressed,  hot nights make sleep difficult, and proposed restructuring at work doesn't help one's state of mind
Making //some different hexis - these patterns from The New Hexagon
Thinking //about getting a new cat - lots of interesting discussions with my family about this 
Dreaming // of fabric colours and combinations for an interesting quilt pattern I'm testing



Linking up to Here & Now at Say Little Hen

13 comments:

  1. A perfect looking flower, tomatoes and the paper piecing.........happy weekend!

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  2. Thinking of a new cat? Don't forget to consider a Burmese cat. They are simply the best!

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  3. I'm pleased see that you've had great success with your tomatoes, I gave up on them after three years of disease problems. Lovely clear pink hibiscus, always a winer I think. Good luck with the decision on a new kitty! Oh, and your hexagons are neat - what size finished Julie?

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  4. Love the hexis! Restructuring seems to be happening at our library too.

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  5. Happy weekend, Julie! Over "the ditch" here in Australia it's pretty well hot everywhere...except maybe Tasmania. Your quilted hexagons looks so lovely, the colours are beautiful together. I think you have an eye for colours! Meg:)

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  6. Your blog photos are always a glorious riot of colour Julie! Your hexies are looking fabulous! I hope the restructuring is resolved soon, and doesn't impact too much on you.

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  7. That first photo is so pretty Julie! What a lovely coloured flower.
    I've often thought about getting a cat. My only qualm with them is the idea of them killing wildlife (or my chickens!), but I suppose you can train cats just like dogs, otherwise they wouldn't be able to use them in movies / commercials ect.

    Thanks so much for joining in!

    Sarah x

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  8. The photo of the hibiscus reminds me of a ballerina's tutu, such a gorgeous colour. I can sympathise with you about sleeping on hot nights, an electric fan has been a lifesaver for us.

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  9. Hi,
    A new kitten? How fun! Keep us posted. :-)

    Sending you well Good Night wishes, I dislike when I can not sleep. So I know how you feel.
    Carla

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  10. Nice tomatoes! Our cat is quite an old man now (on his third country!) but I've had him since he was young (rescue kitten). :) We're you thinking cat or kitten?

    Good luck with the restructure. Always stressful.

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    1. We'll adopt a cat(s) from the SPCA. kittens cause too much havoc.

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    2. That's fantastic Julie - so many of both needing homes at the moment as well. Beware, I remember many years ago my brother going to the shelter to adopt a cat and ended up with a Momma cat and her two kittens. Couldn't break up the family (such a softie for a big tough guy). :)

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  11. AN interesting link up Julie. Hope the nights cool soon so we can all sleep a little better (and things settle down at work for you). Love your hexagons, I've long admired this book.

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