Good morning from a calmer, sunny Hastings day.
Yesterday we were buffeted by heavy winds. Trees came down and someone was injured north of Napier. Trucks were blown over and generally it was very unsettling. But now that I have just written that it was calmer, the wind is picking up again. The only positive was that my washing dried within minutes, well pegged of course. There is nothing worse than having your smalls blown around the neighbourhood.
I managed to get three quarters of my quilt quilted yesterday. I am the queen of unpicking. At times it seemed I was unpicking more than sewing. But I am making progress and will post it when it is finished – so another achievement. I will actually finish it in time for Christmas as it is a Christmas/house warming gift for my step daughter.
Anyway onto my photos for today. Ailsa has given us the challenge to find photos of belonging.
Ailsa has given us intriguing interpretations of belonging. I have gone for belonging to a family. That is a family of ducks. The mother ducks are fiercely protective of her babies and can get quite aggressive if threatened. Her babies belong to her and no-one is going to take them.
Aren’t they cute?