Our little needlework shop & studio
is located at
3530 Tye River Road
Amherst, VA 24521
ph. 434-263-6508
email - Notforgottenfarmwitch@gmail.com

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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Sunny Days ~

Finally ~
we've been enjoying the warmth of the sun once again ~

I thought we wouldn't see it again and have to begin building the ark.
 it did come out and here are a few snaps of our place & our friends ~



Mommy                                  Bobby

one of our handsome rooster-boys

Guinea hen feather and turkey-tail mushrooms

dried teasel pod heads

Boogie Sugar Britches                          Tigger

moss, bark & snail

Mickey Bad-boy

Handsome Tiggy

and hello! to you too Boog!!

"you cannot see me" ~ Minew (aka Mimi or The Momma)

can I have one wool worm Mom?

I'll be teaching a class today in the shop ~
we will be making a 
"Thimble Casket"

shop will be open if you'd like to come for a visit while the class is in session.
(this is a prepaid class)

I'll take lots of photos and share them here tomorrow ~

...Hoping you all enjoy some SUNSHINE today :) 

* Blessed be *


Shuttle, Hook and Needle said...

Beautiful Autumn photos! The kitties have really grown. Wish I lived close enough to come visit!

ronda at simple thyme prims said...

Beautiful Lori! Have a fun day!~ronda

Jacqueline said...

It is always a pleasure to visit with you and yours. Wish I could do it in person.

Have a wonderful weekend.

linda56 said...

you take the best pictures to share.....breathtaking.....hope you are having a great weekend

Rugs and Pugs said...

Wonderful pictures!!!
Hugs :)

Lori Ann Corelis said...

So happy you have sunshine once again!
But . . . I bet Mr. Peter would build one heck of an Ark with his skills!!


Barbara Shores ~ Village Folk Art said...

Ooooo Lori ... LUV everyone of your kitties. Looks like they are surely enjoying the beautiful day too. We would Luv to have some of that rain. Droughts are no fun either. Guess that's why they call it a desert.

Enjoy the day with all those fur babies.

Peace to all,

Margs Primitive Quilts said...

Beautiful colourful pictures. I do enjoy your posts so much. Wish I lived closer so I could take in a class with you.
Hugs Marg.

From Sherry's Heart said...

Your camera (and you) just takes the BESTEST pictures!!! When I saw the rooster (you know how I feel about those feet!!) I thought WOW I'd love to recreate that in wool!! That AMAZING color combination made me think WOW God IS The Greatest Artist!!!

Jennifer M said...

Lori this is a beautiful post...love friends(animals)too:) The picture of Iggy asking "can I have one wool worm mom?" is priceless, he appears to be saying just that...I can almost hear him!

Hunny Crafts Primitives said...

You live in such a wonderful place. The kittens have grown so much, but they will always be the babies ;oD. I wish I lived nearby to come see those gorgeous furballs and the rest of your menagerie as well as attend you classes. I'll just have to dream about being there while i'm here in the UK.

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