Front Porch, Flowers, Quilting and A Place To Call Home!

Warm days, not much lounging on the front porch!  
Huge, isn't it?!
Pretty pink flowers!

A vignette on our veranda.  
A peaceful afternoon on lower patio---waiting for a Hummingbird to fly in for a drink! 
Deanna, Kathie, Martha and others quilting at our Church.
We quilt every Wednesday from 9 to 12...
This antique 1930's quilt is on the frame rack and ready to quilt. 
Love creating small quilts for the table frames.
Almost finished working on the house block for the frame.
 
We have been watching a TV show that is on Acorn ( TV.) It takes place in the 1930's-- rural New South Wales in Australia---so well written and the actors are wonderful. It is very fast paced and exciting! Gene likes it too! I'm sure you can rent at a video store or check it out from the Library. If you Google (Trailer A Place To Call Home/ season 1 ) you might get hooked :)
Hope you all are having a great summer!
Hug's, Carolyn

Comments

  1. Your flowers are all beautiful and your outdoor spaces are so peaceful and inviting!

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  2. Love your front porch. It would be lovely to sit there & watch the world go by. That TV is fabulous. :). Hugs, xx

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  3. Hi Caroly,oh i love your porch, and A place to Call Home is a fantastic series you will enjoy it,hope you have a lovely day xx

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  4. Hello Carolyn what a beautiful place you have made enjoy

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  5. You have a lovely setting where you can enjoy your flowers and nature.
    Seeing your church quilting group makes me miss mine. We used to meet at the same time yours does. But many years ago most of the ladies became too old to get out, and a few moved. We haven't met for years and there are only two of us left in the congregation out of a group of about 13 that are still quilting on our own.
    I haven't heard of that series.

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  6. So there really are quilting bees where people sit at a frame, quilt, and chat. How relaxing it must be and such good companionship.

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  7. Lovely photos! We like a lot of the BBC programing that we view on Netflix, but A Place to Call Home really looks good (not on Netflix). I wish some American programs would be produced about those historic years.

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  8. Oh what fun to guilt with a group of ladies on a project. I've never done it but am sure I'd enjoy it. I love the 1930's quilt!

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