Monday, January 21, 2013

This is the barn quilt that Nikki made me for Christmas.  It is beautiful and I just really love it.  Last night I was wondering about them and I entered Barn Quilts on Google and there were hundred of them.  Not just exactly like mine and that was wonderful.  I just love it.  Nikki says I will be a trend setter.  I don't know about that but I really do love it a lot and makes me smile every time I look out the window.
This is the picture of Sage that didn't upload yesterday.  She was coming at a trot.  When I put her out this AM she didn't want me to leave her.  She would have gotten in to my pocket if I had let her.
The trees that border our yard at the side.  .  They were so pretty this morning.

Our white rooster in the frozen fog covered pen this morning.  I wish I had gotten his face out better.I have not felt too wonderful this afternoon but better this evening.  I think I ate something that did not agree with me.  It all came out one way or the other.  I feel better now.

Have a dinner invitation for tomorrow evening and Wednesday too.  I will get to not have to cook.  We don't get a lot of dinner invites and they come in the same week.  It will be fun though. 

Take care,



  1. Lea I am totally jealous of your Barn Quilt! blessings, marlene

  2. I had never heard of a barn quilt before. Its quite interesting to know there are so MANY. Yours, made by your daughter is indeed lovely. :)

  3. Glad you're feeling better Lea. I think your barn quilt is absolutely beautiful!!! I would smile if I had that to look at every morning too...just lovely!

  4. Your barn quilt is beautiful! I shared a post yesterday about the bookstore in Tillamook - on the Oregon Coast. Tillamook is dairy country and barns all around the region have barn quilts. There is a driving tour with a brochure that tells about the quilt pattern, the farm and the history of the farm and family. It's really fun to drive through the beautiful countryside to find these treasures and learn about the area. Sage is beautiful! And I love your photos of the snow.