Today was a day to just get to some things. Get them taken care of.
First thing I did was clean out the refrigerator. Ugh. Why do I let my refrig get so icky? Probably because I just hate the job of pulling everything out and deciding what is worth keeping. If you let it go long enough, there is little doubt! No photos. Count yourselves lucky.
Next I photographed my entry for the "Rituals" invitational. This is "Friendship Ritual".
Have you seen this blog? I am enchanted by Mr. Finch's moths. I keep thinking about them and today made myself a moth.
Like the moth that urged me to make it, I found a recipe online that has been nagging me. Senegalese peanut soup. I made it for dinner tonight. Very, very delicious. Mmmm. Warm and flavorful and spicy. So satisfying.
The recipe can be found here.
All right then. I had a good Saturday, and have tasty, leftover soup for yet another day.
Dinner at Eight had better accept your entry. It's absolutely beautiful. I even like your chubby moth....a lot....and I don't like moths.ReplyDelete
I love this quilt Terry, the stitching around the hearts is si interesting.ReplyDelete
Why did you do that? Now, I want to make a moth. His are so delicate - really lovely.ReplyDelete
Your Valentine quilt is amazing! I can't think why it wouldn't be accepted. Your moth is cute too!ReplyDelete
I don;t want to make a moth -- I want one of Mr Finch's glass bottomed spiders! Wow, his work is lovely. Thanks for the link. :-)ReplyDelete
I like your Valentine ritual. The quilt and it's sentiment are wonderful. I submitted mine today. I sort of wonder if it will be accepted or not.
that is beautifulReplyDelete
"Friendship Rituals" is great - the quilting is a nice contrast to the curves of the hearts.ReplyDelete
What size is your porky moth?
Mr. Finch's critters are fascinating, but a 10-12 inch spider is just too creepy for words. Acrophobes, beware! The barn owl could perch on my shelf anytime.
Reading your Blog adds wonderfulness to my days - Thanks.
I really like the heart piece and your stitching on it. How could they not accept it?ReplyDelete
I was wondering how you got the "please prove you're not a robot" box below in this comment suggestion in Blogger.
I'm very impressed with Friendship Ritual - it is a great flowing design, so perfect in this long narrow format.ReplyDelete
Friendship Rituals is beautiful and so original. I love it.ReplyDelete
Your Friendship Ritual quilt is lovely, as are the sentiments it expresses. Smiled at your chubby little moth. It might need a running start for take-off, but is charming. And thank you for showing us Mr Finch's website. How interesting!ReplyDelete
Your hearts are wonderful. I know you have been working on this for a while and it turned out just great.ReplyDelete
I love your moth, it has personality. Also the heart wall hanging very nice.ReplyDelete
Hi Terry! I was searching for heart blocks and came across this beauty. Asusual, your work is fabulous :)ReplyDelete