We are up at 6:30AM...take our morning walk...come home and I am in the house for the remainder of the day with the air conditioning on for the rest of the day! I would not have made a very good pioneer!! Although I am pretty sure I lived in Texas long ago in another life...so maybe I was tougher then!
While staying in and trying to keep cool, I have gotten quite a bit of reading and sewing done. One book I just finished and really enjoyed was Walter Mosley's "The Last Days of Ptolemy Grey". I have read some of Mosley's light mysteries with Easy Rawlins and they are entertaining, but this book is much deeper...has wonderful, memorable characters, and what a descriptive and yet comfortable style he has in his writing.
Another book I have just finished is "Deep South" by Nevada Barr. She has written many books about her character Anna (I am drawing a blank on the last name) who is a Park Ranger. Anna is always stationed at a different park and has a mystery/murder to solve!! I enjoy Barr's style...again just good, wholesome light reading but hard to put down!
|My Quilt "Aurora Borealis" for the guild challenge...not quite finished!|
|Sue's Batik Challenge|
|Bethany's scarf made from scrap yarn, thread etc|
|Kay's fabric Zentangle heart|
|Our first Zentangle collage attempt|