Tuesday, December 13, 2016

- Climbing to the moon

Patch #348 How kindred spirits might meet


Mo's ladders to the full moon have always made me smile, especially her most recent one ...

So what better than to imagine ladders from the Southern Hemisphere and the Northern Hemisphere meeting?

And now that my Christmas ornaments are done, I had time for a few more retro patches.


November 17 Wishing


November 18 Paisley redux



9 comments:

grace Forrest~Maestas said...

i love the little fishbird

Liz Ackert said...

Ha! And now that you say that, I could also imagine it a toad

Susan McQuade said...

Paisley! Love it. The little birdie is so sweet. Saw a few Juncos here for the first time yesterday. So glad a ladder was not required for us to have lunch at Hays BBQ!

Liz Ackert said...

Juncos are so sweet ... we used to call them snowbirds in New York because that's when they showed up. Here it's sunny and 75 ... I wish Texas had put on a better show when you were here.

Mo Crow said...

love this stitching of our beautiful bipolar world!

Liz Ackert said...

Where my today is your tomorrow ...

Mo Crow said...

The International Date Line is in the Pacific, it's already Thursday here in the Land Down Under on a hot summer night

handstories said...

Wonderful rendition of Mo's magical ladders. & love the wishing patch.

Liz Ackert said...

Mo - We had a whispered reminder of summer yesterday, with temps in the high 70s, but there's no hope of ever catching you date wise

Hazel - Thanks ... imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. As for the wish, we are (almost) always sure to have a penny handy when we take G to the Wildflower Center. The "wishing well" is actually a limestone-lined spring.