My husband and I took a little drive today. This little town in south Louisiana where the mission is and where we are working right now is only about a 30 minute drive from the Gulf of Mexico. We've never been to Cypermore Point, which is a state park where you can swim and fish and picnic. I forgot to take my camera but managed to get these three pictures on my phone. Unlike much of the nation the temperatures here haven't been too awful for the last week or so, and in addition to the temps in the low nineties we've had rain almost every day for a week. My office window looks south and each afternoon I can see big clouds rolling in off the gulf. It rains for 20 or 30 minutes and moves on. Today it was cloudy and gray but we still enjoyed the scenery. I was amazed that there are wildflowers blooming alongside the road this far into the summer.
I've forgotten the name of this tree/bush but it was really lovely.
I got to do a little sewing this weekend. First I made this quilt top. I don't have a child picked out yet for Hooty Goes Night Night (Riley Blake Designs) but I bet I can find one!
And finally, as promised, I picked a winner for the giveaway today:
Sharon from Camp Gramma you're the winner! I'll be e-mailing you to get your address. Congratulations!