Rainy days were made for napping... and Lily makes it look so inviting.
We're having a frog-soaker of a day, and snow is in the forecast for tonight.
With nothing to do outside but listen to the rain, I've spent the morning working on my little heart quilt~
umm... the one I've been working on for about two months~ *sigh*
I can't believe I just admitted that its taking me so long because it is just a small wall quilt...
but I've had so many other distractions I'm beginning to think I'm never going to finish it.
Just like yesterday....
A large tree fell behind the house a while back and Hubby decided to take off from work to cut it up before the rain made everything so muddy. I spent most of the day helping him get the huge chunks of wood hauled to the house where it can be split into firewood for next year.
I laughed and told him our backyard looked like Stonehenge. The Tennessee version. :)
I've spent a lot of time on Pinterest lately, especially after finding a quilting site that has pictures of some of the most unbelievable quilts and blocks I have ever seen. I could spend hours on there....
But I also found a recipe that I had pinned some time back and thought I would try it.
I made it over the weekend and I'll have to say~ it was DELICIOUS.
Some of the things I've pinned haven't been as tasty as I thought they would be,
(probably the chef's fault...) but this was an exception.
It's called Creamy Tomato Tortellini soup and you can find the recipe here.
I love one dish soups and stews, especially this time of year,
and this recipe is definitely going in my "keeper" box.
I did cut back the garlic just a tad, because sometimes it's not very nice to my stomach,
but it was still really good.
Hope you can try it sometime.
I'm off to do some more sewing before Hubby gets home....
Happy Tuesday, everyone!