Monday, April 19, 2010

Hardanger, Tomatoes and a Sunset

I haven't had many blogging moments lately, I know. But I'll catch everyone up on things now!
We got our second tomato this season. Yes...really! I wintered our one tomato plant and, though not pretty, it is producing.


There's several more growing. No, we won't be opening a tomato stand any time soon but it sure is fun to watch!

Here's a picture of the sunset last night. I can't say that it is because of the Volcano.....



But it certainly was a colorful evening.

And lastly, I put the finishing touches on my Hardanger Practice piece. I am done with it now. I've posted lots of pictures here......














It was a great learning experience and I had lots of fun working it. I think I've got the basics of Hardanger down pretty good now. So...it's on to my Long Dog Sampler until vacation. I don't want to start anything new at this point. Hope everyone is well and I do thank you all for reading and commenting on my blog!







4 comments:

Linda of the Lake said...

Your tomato is beautiful. Not too pretty to eat, but lovely to see. Like your hardinger - don't eat it! but lovely to see.

Dani - tkdchick said...

Wow Wendy, that's an amazing sunset. You put together the neatest projects.

Susan said...

Hi!
The hardanger is BEAUTIFUL! Your photos are always pretty too. Steve is also trying to grow tomatoes and has one little one already. He's so proud!
Susan

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Wonderful sunset!