Thursday, July 26, 2018

One Monthly Goal for July Finished

156 Flying Geese


156 more to go.


I'll be linking up with 

Elm Street Quilts


Here are a few of my visitors this month

Theo the cat (Mick's shadow) from next door and an intruder.

I never did get a photo of the twins together.

Momma is so pretty!

Giving Mick the Raspberry!

And last but not least, Shelley (daughter) and Isla (granddaughter) saw this little cutie by a dumpster.  They named it Wilson.  I wouldn't look at it for the longest because, I was to afraid I would keep it.  We found an animal rescue to take Wilson who turned out to be Wilma....giggle.

Everyone have a great rest of July!


Julierose said...

156--that is a whole lot of geese...and 156 to go? You are amazing hugs, Julierose

Patty said...

So very pretty - love geese! Thanks for linking up with Elm Street Quilts One Monthly Goal and congrats on your finish.

Angie in SoCal said...

Lordy, that's a lot of geese. Well done, Billie!

Frédérique - Quilting Patchwork Appliqué said...

So cute animals!! For the Flying Geese, you made the half, now it's piece of cake ;))

Soma @ said...

Wow! That is quite an accomplishment! Well Done! Theo is so beautiful sitting in the birdbath. Love how intensely he is looking at the bug sitting on his body. Your intruders are beautiful too. The spots on them look like dappled sunlight. So glad Wilson, what a cutie, found his rescue :)

-Soma said...

Wow that is a lot of geese. I like your cat bath! Pretty deer. Oh you did need a little furball in your life? What a cutie.

Nancy said...

Congrats on finishing your flying geese. That's a lot! Thanks for sharing photos of the beauties of nature in your area. Lucky you to have them visit!

KaHolly said...

Great stick-to-it-iveness! I’d have gone bonkers by now! Love the cat in the birdbath picture!

Lucy said...

Congratulations on your geese. The material prints are beautiful.Do the deer eat your flowers? My sons have deer one has a electric fence spray the other sprays all the time to keep his daylilies. They even eat green tomatoes.But they enjoy seeing them. They like to eat the bird seed so they get that to enjoy

Susan said...

That is one large group of geese you have living with you, too! =) Thanks for the picture of your wildlife. I enjoyed the intruder sitting in the birdbath.

Mama Spark said...

You have more will power than I do. She would have been mine!