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beauty

I discovered these little wildflowers on a woodland walk.

Painted Trillium

A woodland beauty.

It’s a gorgeous, sunny, June morning here on the Island.

A fresh breeze is coming in through the kitchen windows.

Why don’t you take the clothespins bag and I’ll carry the basket.

It’s a perfect day for hanging out the laundry and airing quilts.

A quilt blowing in the breeze –  just makes me happy to look at it.

This one was a wedding gift, handmade by my Aunt Winnie  ~ 32 and a half years ago.

Wildflowers and quilts.

Everyday beauty.

Happy Tuesday everyone!

with love,

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11 thoughts on “beauty

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  2. Home Again says:

    You’ve got my hand…I’ll carry the clothespins. The quilt is beautiful. It tells a story, as it waves in the wind. Enjoy!

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  3. Lorna says:

    Hi Kathie – I love the quilt blowing in the breeze. I just finished a book called "The Christmas Quilt" by Jennifer Chiaverini. It is one of a series which I look forward to reading. Have you read any of them? I think you would enjoy them. Have a great day and see you soon. Love …

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  4. Bev K says:

    Trilliums and hand made quilts – both vivd reminders of my childhood in Southern Ontario. Trilliums are Ontario’s provincial flower and my grandmother and my mother made a number of lovely quilts for me. Thanks for the trip down memory lane.Bev

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