Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Zucchini and new cross stitch small

Last evening went fast. When I finally got up the energy, I had to head outside to water the neighbor's flower pots - they are on vacation, water my marigolds, dispose of another mouse, and check on the zucchini. My marigolds are now getting their first true leaves! I picked the two zucchini and while I was tying up the plants I found a third one! It was buried under the stems and leaves. As you can see it is yellow on what was the bottom side since it was laying on the ground. Now I just have to make something with them. It looks like I have a couple more coming.
I had finished another counted cross stitch small, but I can't show that to you until after my sister receives it for her birthday. Meanwhile, I started this one. I found the free chart on Pinker n Punkin Quilting & Stitching's blog. I am stitching it using the same colors as the other tomato smalls I stitched.
I never had time to quilt on the B&W quilt. My brother called me. He had been on tour in Europe so I hadn't talked with him in awhile. By the time we hung up I was tired so I headed to bed.


Exuberantcolor/Wanda S Hanson said...

I'm happy to see your garden producing!!

Ann said...

The snails ate my marigolds and I'm still waiting for zucchini.