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school’s out for the summer!

This past Thursday was my last day of work – woo hoo! I worked half a day, then headed to meet up with my family for my cousin’s wedding the following day. This was my first time as a bridesmaid, and it was great fun! She was a beautiful bride, and I’m so happy for her and her new husband – they’re so wonderfully perfect for each other!

In other news, the birdies are growing at a rapid pace! I haven’t been able to snap a really good picture of them yet, but you can definitely get an idea of how quick they’re growing:
What’s crazy is that there were only 3 eggs, but there are 4 little baby birds! I love watching the mom and dad birds fly back and forth into the nest with food – it’s just amazing!
And now for a girasole update….
I’ve started on the edging! And, just like everyone says, it takes a long time. I’ll work for an hour, take a look at the needles, and it feels like nothing’s changed! But I should finish up tonight or tomorrow. And, man, is it going to be huge! I can’t wait to get it off the needles and block it!
Since I’ve got some spare time this summer, I’ve got lots of projects in my queue – including some of my own new designs!
Hope you’re all having a great Monday!

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6 thoughts on “school’s out for the summer!

  1. Wow, those birds did grow fast! I'm confused about the 3 eggs but 4 birds thing. Did they adopt one, or is there such a thing as twin birds (2 in one egg?). Either way, that's so neat that you can watch them right out your window, thanks for sharing their journey 😉

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  2. Wow, those birds did grow fast! I'm confused about the 3 eggs but 4 birds thing. Did they adopt one, or is there such a thing as twin birds (2 in one egg?). Either way, that's so neat that you can watch them right out your window, thanks for sharing their journey 😉

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