I did much better this week at finding time to stitch.
15 minute days/week = 7/7 days
15 minute days/May = 20/23 days
15 minute days/2020 = 131/144 days
Success rate = 90.97%
So I've been doing well on finding time to stitch this year even though last week was less than stellar. I'm hoping for a nothing but stitching day tomorrow. How about you? Have you been able to work in some good stitching time this week? You can scroll to the bottom of the post for the weekly link up if flowers aren't your thing.
We picked the Tulsa Rose Garden for our picnic in the park on Friday. Unfortunately, the garden endured a very serious mite infection about 3 years ago. The garden is slowly recovering. There's more than just roses there too. I grabbed the wrong camera on my way out the the door. My oldest camera doesn't focus very well close up, but I still got some nice photos.
Since it is a rose garden, we'll start with one. Love the fade from dark to light pink.
The water lilies in the fountain were beautiful. My photo doesn't do them justice.
The pansies were so pretty. Purple and yellow has long been a favorite color combination.
Old fashioned roses aren't as complex as the more modern versions, but just as pretty.
Hydrangea is one of my favorites, the garden had some of the biggest bushes of them I'd ever seen.
No idea what the following flowers are, but they were certainly showy.
This is my favorite photo from the park, it looks more like a painting than a photo.
And reminds me that you can still take great photos even if you grabbed the camera with the crappy focus, it just takes a bit more time to get the shots you want.
Have a wonderful Sunday!
2. Julie in GA
6. Loulee (Manxgirl)
7. Quilting Gail
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