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June 9, 2020
The Butterfly Dance from Adele Mogavero

This piece of music was composed for my Grand-daughter. When she was born, there was much rejoicing in our home!! Just picture a little girl twirling and skipping through a field of daisies. Sweet and precious. Much like a butterfly, poetry in motion. The Butterfly ....

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May 26, 2020
Yellow Butterfly Hijinks: Colour & Inspiration Tuesday from Clever Chameleon

Yellow Butterfly Hijinks colour board at Clever Chameleon

The little blue flower that started a neighbourhood dispute…..

Or was it the yellow butterfly? Or someone else entirely…..?

Watching the local pollinators compete, you would be forgiven for thinking that flowers are scarce in Arkaroola right now. Which, I think you probably get the idea: they are not. The cooler weather, plus the months elapsed since our big rain, has resulted in a bloom of both flowers and insects. Wanted and otherwise.

But apparently some flower locales are more desirable than other blooming addresses. Even within the best Cattle Bush Restaurants there appears to be premium tables where the ...

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January 4, 2020
Melanie’s Butterfly Quilt from Quilted Joy

Art and craft hobbies are something we do because we enjoy them. Which means that we tend to create things right up until we can’t anymore. What this means is that our loved ones are often left with not only beautiful creations made with our hands, but with half completed creations as well. That happened to Melanie. She came into possession of some beautiful butterfly appliqued blocks that someone in her family made. With the help of a grandmother, she put the top together but asked us to finish the quilt for her.

Melanie's Butterfly quilt, with longarm quilting by Quilted Joy

Butterfly Top

The butterflies on Melanie ...

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December 24, 2019
Christmas lights & PJs for all! from Nestlings By Robin

Our Christmas tradition has been
new pjs opened on Christmas eve.
This year will be a bit different
but there will still be pjs!

One of my boys found this 
amazing Chinese Lantern Festival
for us to go to last night.
The rain let up just in time
and the weather was perfect for
strolling whilst drinking spiked hot chocolate:)
We entered through the archway and then 
these moving and light changing 
butterflies met us!

My family Chinese horoscope animals
include Me as the Monkey, a sheep,
a snake and a dragon.
These renditions are very 
Hello Kitty.

This bird ...

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November 10, 2019
Week 45 of 2019: Stitching Stuff from Life In Pieces

It's been a beautiful weekend, lots of warm sunshine. Hard to believe the forecast tomorrow is for cold with snow showers. We took advantage of the good weather to pay the Scientist in Training a visit.  So my 15 minutes of stitching the last few days has been of the hand variety, but that still counts.  

Work has been a bit of a zoo, so I've worked late a few nights the last week. It was a struggle a couple of nights to make the climb to the sewing room, but it happened.  

15 minute days/week = 7 ...

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