It was a cooler, humid day, today. I decided to do some sewing in the morning and sewed a table runner for daughter's apartment. She had bought some fabric with a cherry design for the table runner, which will go on her coffee table.
Later, after lunch, we went shopping at one of our favorite discount stores. Daughter was looking for a white long sleeved shirt, but we didn't find one. She did find some long sleeved t-shirts, though, and bought those, as well as one or two other items. I bought a set of bath rugs for my bathroom.
Then home and I made us some faluda to drink: rose syrup, water, condensed milk, ice cubes - very refreshing on a hot afternoon.
In the evening, I did several loads of laundry. I generally tend to do laundry once a week and have 3-5 loads each week.
After the laundry was done, I put the sprinklers on to water the back garden.
And then, I sewed a cushion cover for daughter, with a different cherry pattern fabric. I'll sew the 2nd, matching cushion cover tomorrow and then, maybe I can persuade daughter to take a picture to post.
I was still sewing the cushion cover when it rained! Around 10:00 p.m. and it was so wonderful to have a shower of rain! I love summer rain, and we need the rain so badly.
My neighbors had another of their almost weekly parties, tonight, with loud, amplified music playing until after 1:00 a.m. I think they turned the music off at 1:20 a.m. At least it wasn't karaoke, tonight.
It's past 2:00 a.m. I had better publish this post and get some sleep.
Hope you are all having a wonderful weekend.
Would DD show you how to post pictures, rose garden?ReplyDelete
Actually, she has all but given up on showing me how to post pictures, because I can never remember! First of all, I don't have a digital camera or a smart phone. We have plans to buy me one of them before she goes. Once I acquire the proper equipment and acquire the skills, I will post lots of pictures, I'm sure.Delete
Well, if you love summer rain, you must come and visit. I was rather lucky this year, further west in the Black Forest a place had 23 inches of rain in July.ReplyDelete
Here is an impression of my idea of summer rain: http://youtu.be/9KDdYwML78w
I quite like watching it from a dry place. ;)
That's quite a downpour! Definitely better to watch from a dry place! :DDelete