12 thoughts on “Silent Sunday

  1. Love their little shadows…”Com’on, let’s go outside and play while our moms are yakking.” And the lines made on the surface by the wind are neat too! …. a little wfmq.

  2. Hi Lori, I’ve not long found your blog, but it’s just wonderful: sending you greetings all the way from Cornwall in the mild South Western UK, we don’t get snow like this ever but we do get teasels – what are they called in the US?

    I have American ancestry, my mother from Baltimore and my Godmother in Philadelphia but I love the sense of community your blog brings to my rural life here. My quilting improves too from your teaching! I love guessing which State the abbreviations are from! Thanks for all your hard work it has enriched my new life.

  3. Deborah,
    The Teasel’s you mention remind me of our THISTLE’S (Scottish), with long, scratchy, projectiles on the leaf edges. They are beautiful with the gorgeous Purple elongated knob, which is the flower.
    You could not have found a better teacher than Lori, she is loaded with inmate talent.
    It is 38 degrees here in Knoxville, Tennessee, BBRRRRRRR, cold this evening.

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