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    How about a cup of tea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by suzee
    Your home is lovely, your garden immaculate, and your quilting delightful. Makes me want to come visit!
    How about a cup of tea?

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    The flowers and the garden are very pretty. I love the quilt
    and the quilting space.

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    Beautiful! WHAT is that on your design walls?? Would like to see more of both...please? Thank you =)

    I LOVE Va..my hub is from there..we used to have a home in Keswick..thinking seriously about moving back.

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    It isn't the production, it's the journey, the satisfaction, the adventure of trying a new thing. Besides, you've got awesome house and vegetable gardens and largest squash leaves ever seen! There is nothing more lush than a healthy garden in July, with everything crowding itself out, all waiting for the first tomatoes to ripen.
    I just picked final peas, first eggplant and summer squash and zucchini and kale and Windsor beans. Left quilt on table!
    To everything in its season!

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    Too lovely outside to quilt. I love your sewing room however -- must be nice in winter!

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    Busy lady. Love your flowers and the vegetable garden

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    the front of your home is gorgeous! You wanna come do some landscape'n 4 me?

    PS gorgeous quilts too :)

    and @ the risk of get'n my head rotary cut off there are other things in life besides quilting lol Last year I completed only one quilt! None so far this year... altho I get a little done on many tops lol I've been have'n an issue with stay interested/focused on any one thing particular (plus business takes most of my time when I don't have the grandkids... plus hubby's retired now & well if he thinks he's gonna go golf'n every day w/o me hummph! and, and, well gotta spend time with 'the ladies'. Oh and isn't it a nice day to go for a walk? And, and hows about we go to the lake and watch people walk by!?! lol) Seems I got so much more done when I worked a regular 9-5 job lol so much to do, so little time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colleen53
    beautiful home.. great garden AND quilting.. my kind of world !!
    Yes indeed

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    I'm with you. I try to spend a lot of my time outdoors in the summer when the weather is nice. We have had rain the last 4 days so the weeds are getting a head start on me again! :D

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    Lovely pictures..we all slow down in the summer out here in Arizona !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blueangel
    Beautiful flowers. Not a good year for flowers here in hot Kansas.
    Nor gardens, nor livestock or anything else here in Texas. Thanks for a reminder of what Summer should look like.

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    I love it all.

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    Enjoyed the pictures. Love your flower beds and the scenery from your front yard. Looks like paradise.

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    Your front garden is STUNNING, your other pictures wonderful - can see you are a real busy lady. Well done

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    Have to agree with Lisa_wanna_b_quilter.

    Enjoy the outdoors - summer is too short. You can always quilt in the evenings or when it's raining outside.

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    You have a beautiful home and beautiful Garden... My kind of idea of life, I have not been able to quilt as much myself, too busy with the other things like gardening and being outdoors and on the lake. I guess I get most of my quilting done in the fall and winter.

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    Beautiful garden.....quilts can wait. thanks for sharing:)

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    Beautiful yard and home.

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    I'm glad you get to stop and smell the flowers :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TGood
    Seems as though my time for quilting has been slowed down here of late... I have projects that are getting done inch by inch. Some of you seem to fly through projects... I am a slow one. Summer has a way of slowing me down.
    Your home and garden are beautiful, no wonder you have not had time to quilt

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    I totally understand....I too have flowers, garden, and projects....it's a good life...:)

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    You have a lot of things to keep you busy...so inch by inch it is

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    In Iowa things tend to slow down in the summer too. People want to play outside, work in the garden, and travel during when it's warm. We tend to be more productive when we're cold and trapped inside--lots of the quilters and fiber artists I know love snow days!

    You have a lovely home and your projects look great.

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    Your home and garden and quilting room is close to my heart!! They are all beautiful and your garden is so pretty!

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