Currently, I’m a prisoner in the garden where I seem destined to live out the rest of my days and late into the evenings weeding and weeding and weeding….So much time to dream up exciting new sewing projects – and so little time to sew…

I will be back when it rains!

I hope you are finding more agreeable ways to spend these lovely May days,

Janine @ Rainbow Hare

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  1. Carol DeLater says:

    Oh geez. We are having continual rain…for days. I have taken to going out in the breaks between drops to pull what I can. it grows faster than I can pull. I’ll be inside today, enjoying myself with the vacuum cleaner and toilet brush.
    xx, Carol

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  2. sigridkatkatkatoen says:

    But the garden is also wonderful. It’s like the saying that I once heard: ‘God invented rainy days, so the gardener could get some rest’. Soon it will be over and then there’s plenty time to crochet or knit!

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  3. Megan says:

    Oh good luck… I am in the same boat. Pruning seaside daisy and all the herbaceous things before winter, I am crippled. I feel for you. I’m looking forward to rain too… but it never rains here in Australia. Hopefully we are at least staying fit and becoming more flexible…?!

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