Part III of Easy Street was almost that...easy! But oh so pretty. 64 Shaded 4 patches ready and waiting. You too can check out some of the other over 200 that are participating around the world at Bonnie's Linky Party right here.
And if that wasn't enough we made golden/candy stripe beets pickles, as well as pickled carrots. All produce donated by River Bend Gardens, in NE Edmonton. While we were doing that Cynthia was busy making pumpkin pies (6) from home baked New Zealand pumpkins. When I was finished peeling carrots and beets it was time to tackle the peeling and slicing of the apples for yet more pies (3).
Food Force for Women Project lead by my amazing daughter and her faithful family and friends (strangers are just friends you haven't met yet would apply in this case).
The pies and presents will all be part of the final cooking lesson on Monday night. Cynthia will be on cloud nine about the time that I am writing this and I could not be more proud of her and those that have supported this initiative. As a survivor of family violence I so appreciate the work that she is doing and what champions her team are.
Time on my hands now....make more sew-a-long blocks with Randy over at Barrister's Block...
...final shopping for little grandchildren's pj's (my traditional gift - since Santa brings the toys).
love and hugs to all