Monday, June 15, 2009

Not Quite Over

There are still more Apricots on the tree! I was hoping that while I was gone my friends would pick all of them. No such luck. I'm trying to decide if I should pick this evening or wait until morning. Both, probably. The last hold outs:

It's hard not to succumb to peer pressure:

In a sweet sort of way the apricots make me miss Mom. She, like the rest of the family, loved them. I took several dozen to Dad and younger brother and family this last week. It's fun to see them enjoying the harvest. With the apricot harvest over I feel like I need to get back to the harder work and read a few more chapters of H. Norman Wright's Experiencing Grief. It was good to take a break but there's so much more to read, to know, to learn, to work through. Onward.

Here is a photo of my stack of baby hats. I decided that June was baby hat month and have been knitting any chance I get. Fourteen so far, almost 1/day!

And what would an entry be without a flower photo? Rose of the Day:

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