365 Days, Numbah Twenty-Eight

May 26th

Brunch with friends at Biscuits Café. Breakfast out is my favorite meal.
Daily hummingbird on a cloudy day.
Daily hummingbird 2
Pretty Rhododendron.
Food delivery day
The girls greeting me at my farm delivery. I love them!

May 27th

My guy posse at the gym.
Blooming purple iris.
Daily hummingbird.

May 28th

Daily hummingbird.
Hairy Woodpecker and Western Tanager. They sometimes share the suet feeder.

May 29th

What a tangled mess!!! This is my handspun that got ‘way out of control. It took me twelve hours to untangle it.
Daily hummingbird action.
More daily hummingbird action.
Blooming Christmas Cactus. Weird, yah?
Finished spinning and plying these!

May 31st

Dos daily hummingbirds
Nani flowers at Al’s Garden Center in Gresham.
Beautiful sunset.
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6 Responses to 365 Days, Numbah Twenty-Eight

  1. Lady Tie Di says:

    I love Biscuits Cafes!!! My son has taken me to one and was quite ono!!! I’m sorry i don’t have your contact info…. I was just up in Portland for several days visiting. While I was busy with my grandson, I would like to have maybe had tea or something. Another time! 😉 And your yarns are divine!!!

  2. AFK says:

    Moki-chan, I am filled with awe that you were patient and spent *12 HOURS* untangling your homespun. That is some Job-level patience, my friend.
    My Christmas cactus will bloom unseasonally if I fertilize it. I did this last summer and it went bananas.
    Another reason why you and I get along–my three favorite words are “Breakfast all day.”
    Imua tita! Thanks for sharing!

  3. Mokihana says:

    Mahalo! I’m not sure I would’ve done it if it hadn’t been handspun. It was easier to do it in company of friends or watching a movie.
    That’s interesting about your cactus, too. I do really love the out of season blooms.
    Yay! Another breakfast all day fan!!

  4. Jenny R says:

    Ha! At a very quick first glance,I thought your tangled mess was a bird’s nest with an egg in it! Congrats on getting it back in order. Your photos are always so beautiful.

    • Mokihana says:

      It sort looks like a bird’s nest, doesn’t it. I’m glad I persisted and have started knitting a neck warmer thingie with it. Thank you so much for your kind words.

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