March 4, 2014

Judy~Checking In


This is part of Block Six of Veranda Views where the baby Kingfisher is learning to fly. It's almost done, and then only 2 blocks will be left.  In reviewing the pattern though, there is also a label to do.

We visited these two on Saturday, and  look who's rolling around!  (The craziest thing happened at their house a week ago Sunday. In the middle of the afternoon  a guy drove up their driveway, which is a pretty steep hill, and crashed into their garage....and took off, but not before our SIL got his license number!  Luckily it was raining that day, and no one was outside.  But can you even believe it?)

9 comments:

Debra Spincic said...

No, especially since the driver had to drive uphill.

cq4fun said...

That is VERY odd! Glad she got his license. Love the cute little bird. Seems to go so nicely with your little human fledglings - especially the one learning to roll around!

Cyra said...

Two cuties look happy to see you at your visit.
What a shock it must have been to have someone try to drive into your home like that. Hope the police catch him and charge him.

Suztats said...

That's a cute birdie, but not nearly as cute as those two little people!
It would be quite a shock having someone drive into one's house! Thank goodness no one was hurt.

ladyhawthorne said...

How on earth does one mistakenly drive up hill and crash into a garage? I'll be waiting for the rest of the story!

The baby kingfisher is too cute!

Barbara C said...

Those little ones are adorable. Nice stitching too.

Judy S. said...

None of us can figure that out either. Very odd. And so far the police have done nothing.

Judy S. said...

Has anyone seen a baby kingfisher? I have a feeling this one is way too big in comparison to everything else. Artistic license, I guess... He makes me smile though. I feel like that some days, kinda frazzled!

QuiltingFitzy said...

We'd like to think we're safe in our own homes, right?! Glad no one was hurt, these 2 kidlets are adorable. I love the style of the embroidery, kind of leans toward retro...but not!