I barely got her second boot laced, when she grabbed her cape and bolted out the back door.
Of course, she's going to dance in the rosemary!
The cape immediately got ditched. It was a glorious day....and Miss Rosemary (Rosie to her friends---and they are already many) was ready to explore every bit of it. She found a playmate right away, although she had to do a bit of tunneling through the mint to find her.
Then, off to the jungle gym.
Hey! Wait!! Those are the tomatoes. Be careful up there!!
She rolled a bit in the thyme.
Checked the cabbages for white caterpillars. So far so good. Was there an ulterior motive, maybe??
And then, finally, found her true love. Bunnies don't waste much time!
Meet Miss Rosemary Chively--we call her Rosie. She originated here, at Rosylittlethings, arriving flatter than Stanley late last week. She's hand-sewn, and went together like a dream. There were a couple little short-cuts with the sewing machine for her Liberty dress and the use of some elastic thread (who knew!?) that made the entire project very quick. (The pattern for the knit dress came from the same site.)
And yes, I know....what's with the button? Beats me. I got this from Laura (hi, La La!!) at the Middle Tennessee sheep and wool festival---Rosie saw it on the desk and immediately pinned it to herself. Not sure if she's proclaiming her love of the podcast, the fact that she considers herself a knitgirlll with all her handknits, or that she was enjoying an Awesome Monday. Probably all of the above.
Here's hoping you are having an Awesome Monday, too!