Monday, June 29, 2009

I've been unable to create new posts on my blog today. Apparently, there is a problem on as I've discovered that I'm not the only one this is happening to. There is supposed to be a work-around by using email so that's what I'm trying right now. Let's see if it works.

I didn't have anything quilt, sewing, fabric, or knitting related today but I do have some photos of the corn and mustard fields just down the hill from our house.

Corn and mustard as far as the eye can see and beautiful too! I was so tempted by the ears of corn. I love corn-on-the-cob and it's so much better when it's fresh right off the stalk.

These lillies were nearer our home and were backlit by the sun as we were driving by. I just couldn't resist and had to stop the car so I could take some photos. They were so gorgeous and there were so many of them.

Hopefully, blogger will be working perfectly tomorrow and I'll be able to post again in the normal fashion. If you don't see me here in the next couple of days, it's only because it's still not working.


MargaretR said...

Those flowers with the sun shining through are very inspiring.

Rafael's Mum said...

This post seemed to come through ok! I haven't posted the last few days..had a migraine. Love the photos, they are beautiful!

Crispy said...

Your photos are lovely. I should take pics of the canola, flax and sunflower fields when they are in bloom. I particularily love the flax fields, from a distance they look like a body of water.


Kar said...

Love seeing your flowers. I have the same and am still waiting on them to bloom. I'm drooling over the corn. Fresh corn on the cob is my FAV!

I absolutely love your Rail Fence quilt! All the red in it is fabulous. It's my favorite color of all. Now I want a quilt like that. :) Thanks for sharing!


Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What beautiful pictures! The scenery is incredible. Love the corn fields. And the corn :-)

blushing rose said...

Post came thru on my end beautifully ... love the pics. TTFN ~Marydon

CabbageQuilts said...

That cornfield is amazing, the lillies gorgeous. Thanks for sharing. Blogger was ok today, I hope it works for you next time. xo