Sunday, April 22, 2012

TUSAL & an update

Well I forgot to post my TUSAL yesterday because I spent the day searching the new 1940 census that just came out in April and I lost track of time. I just love to family history stuff.
Anyway here is my TUSAL
Aprils Tusal and previous months orts

I got a little bit more done on Blooming with Inspiration since my last post. This picture really shows the true colors of this piece. The fabric is this really pretty lite blue.
Blooming with Inspiration

 I was just outside and notice that in my walk around the farm this morning we have 2 new additions to our cow herd. Two of our cows had giving birth and one of them was stilling cleaning her baby up. The joys of spring time on the farm. Couldn't get close enough for a picture maybe in a couple of days. On Thursday we get our new baby chickens so the grand kids will be having fun helping with them.

Off to go visit my sister for awhile. I hope everyone is having a great weekend.

Happy Stitching


Anonymous said...

Hi Denise

Your Tusal looks great.
Blooming Inspiration looks beautiful, love the colours.

How lovely to have two new cow babies and chickens. Looking forward to some photos.

Vicki said...

What gorgeous colors on Blooming with Inspiration! It's lovely.

SoCal Debbie said...

Blooming with Inspiration is gorgeous! Great pic showing the actual color of the light blue fabric.

Rhona said...

Blooming is gorgeous! love the colour combinations.

Lesleyanne said...

Lovely orts and Blooming is looking great. Congrats on the new cows.

Cathy Pavlovich said...

I've been searching that 1940 census too, and successfully found my grandparents' houses. Wow, so interesting. Your stitching is beautiful!

Krista said...

Lovely new TUSAL pic, love your frog with all the pretty scissors.
Family research is so much fun, but it is so very time consuming, the time just flies. Love how your blooming WIP is coming out.

Penny said...

Blooming is so pretty!
You brought back some fond memories of my time on my grandparents' farm. When the baby chicks would hatch, my sister and I would sneak them into the house to play with them. :)

Shari said...

the inspiration piece looks great...
oh, I bet the farm is a wonderful place to be in the spring....all of the signs of new life...enjoy!!!

Catherine said...

Love the Blooming piece ~ the colors are so vibrant!

weustygirl said...

Ah yes, like you I am often guilty of spending hours engrossed in my family history research as well. I love it. Your blooming is lovely, I love the colours

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