I've taken hundreds of pictures in the last three days. I look out the window, the light's changed, and out I have to go. I'm not sure that the casual observer can see the differences in some of the photos I've taken, but I can, and I'm hoping that down the road some of those pictures end up as quilts. Definitely a part of the creative process . This spring has yielded one of the best blooming seasons we've had in our yard.
I thought last weekend was my final sock class, but I was wrong - it was this weekend. So I now present my first sock, hanging with the cherry blossoms.
I tried to get a better picture of the sock with the weeping cherry, but the wind is blowing 18 mph, and the blossoms kept blowing out of the picure.Our Yoshino Cherry will probably peak tomorrow - again later than everyone else's.
Other than that, I'm scurrying around in preparation for a spring break trip to Fort Worth, Texas. Packing clothes for three growing boys during a change of season - that can require some creativity too, right?