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Sunflower at Night

First, I need to give y’all a quick update on the baby girl, Riley, that was fighting e. coli.  She made it!  I don’t know any other details, teenagers are not the best relayers of info, but she is home.  Apparently, she’s been home for a bit, but he forgot to tell me.

I ran out and took these pics of the sunflower, Sunday evening.  Glad I did, as a storm blew in last night, and blew it over.  The stalk is pretty damaged, but I propped it back up and staked it.  I don’t know if it will make it or not.  I hope so, as it has more blooms yet to open.  I will look at it at lunch today, and make a decision as to whether I should just cut it and put it in a vase and hope the rest still open.  Here’s a ridiculous amount of pictures of it…I couldn’t choose a favorite to share, so enjoy!  As I’ve mentioned, I’m taking an online art quilting class…hmmm….

10 thoughts on “Sunflower at Night

  1. Hi Randi! Thx so much so much for stopping by my blog. I am in complete lust over your Storm at Sea quilt! My gracious the quilting on that is simply wonderful (and don’t get me started on the colors!) I got a giggle over finding another quilter who loves toads! There’s just somethin’ about them–so ugly they’re cute. I used to live in Cedar Park, TX–loved TX a lot. Will definitely be back to see what other goodies you create! Take care!


  2. Hi Randi,

    Sunny thoughts to you!!! I hope you are feeling better. I know how it feels about not being 100% and have work waiting to be done.

    Will be thinking about you!


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