Thursday, May 06, 2010

Watching the Sky and Some Blocks

I went over to a friend's house for coffee this morning. I baked this scone to take with me. I had never baked one of these before. It was simple and delicious! I put some grated lemon rind and fresh blueberries in it.

I was watching the sky all morning. I wanted to ride my scooter to my friend's house, but I was afraid of rain. The clouds were moving in, but I made it home before the storm. In fact, just shortly after I got home the sky cleared and the sun came out!
For more SkyWatch Friday photos go here.
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Since it is already Thursday, I decided it was about time I did the last two blocks for the Friday Block Party. I mean, I sort of have to set an example. So here is the one called, 'Puss in the Corner 3'. It is a 12-inch block. Easy, peasy!
Then there is last week's block, 'Blazed Trail'. I really liked how this one turned out. As you can see, so does Mimi! It is also a 12-inch block.








10 comments:

the dutch purple rabbit said...

mimi what is a picture whit out you.
i love you new blogs.
the last one looks very hard too make.

nynke

Opal said...

oh that scone looks divine and it sounds even yummier!

Pat said...

I'd love to have tasted that scone! I love that last block a lot...and it does look difficult.

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Crazy Canadian weather. Go figure. Valerie

Barb said...

Did you save me some???

Love your blocks!!

J Bar said...

Great sky shot.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

LizzieJane said...

It's been quite a while since I have eaten a scone... now you have me wanting one! Love the blue color in that last block. I see a sneaky little paw in there too!
x

Bluebird49 said...

MiMi--you're always in to something!

Cybele's patch said...

Nice sky picture. You were lucky that the sky cleared.

Your quilt are beautiful.
Jossie
http://caughtbymycamera.blogspot.com/

Bluebird49 said...

I can't believe I have never made or eaten scones. I've gotta change that soon! They look yummy!