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Jun 26, 2014

Mug Rug Thursday

I can't believe that June is almost gone. We're having unusual rain here in central Texas. Yesterday, in a matter of three hours we got 2 1/2 inches of rain. My garden loved it.

Speaking of gardens, I've already picked my first batch of cukes (AKA - cucumbers) & made 9 pints & 2 quarts of sweet pickles.
Now for drawing for the birdhouse. 
The winner is
Congratulations to you. Just leave a comment so we can talk.
The next mug rug in the give away is "froggy".
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I'll announce a winner July 10th.


diane said...

Yum, they look delicious.

Gene Black said...

Sweet pickles are my favorite pickles. Here in Alabama we have a brand called Wickles. They are sweet and spicy hot. I would love to learn to make those.

Kathy L said...

Love sweet pickle relish. Yours look great. Congrats to Chantal.

Miz Karen said...

I love to make "bread & butter pickles". Really good on a sandwich.
I would love to win "froggy". There is a young special needs woman in my Church that collects frogs. I would like to win so I can give it to her.

Needled Mom said...

I remember how great those pickles are!!! YUM!

Congratulations to Chantal. I LOVE your new frog one. The pebble fabric is perfect for the design.

Joyce Carter said...

Yum, yum! I love sweet pickles. My friend use to make the best and the best relish.
We have been getting a lot of rain here in Georgia. A lot of thunderstorms too. I don't mind the thunder so much, but I hate the lightning.
Congratulations to Chantal and thanks for the chance to win "froggy". He is so adorable.

Vicki H said...

Don't you just love seeing all the jars lined up. I think it's a happy sight no matter it pickles, beans, carrots or tomatoes to name a few that I have done in the past.

Bonnie said...

Love sweet pickles. They are so pretty in the jars. We are getting a hard rain right now here in eastern Iowa. Just what we don't need. The Mississipi River is out of it's banks already and the smaller rivers are almost out. The frog is really cute. Thanks for the chance to win.

Chantal said...

Wow! I won! So COOL! Thank you, Rhonda and everyone else. I am so happy to have a little something made by you! Thank you!!

Joanne Lendaro said...

Pickles look wonderful!! Hope it dries up for you soon and the weather evens out!! Congrats to the winner!!

linny said...

The pickles look really great.
Looks like another great mug rug.
Congratulations to Chantal.

Tammy said...

Congrats to the winner .....Your pickles look delicious.

Cissa K said...

I got caught in that rain driving between La Grange and Houston and it was the most scary thing. I am glad your garden loved it. Enjoy your pickles they look wonderful.

desertskyquilts said...

Congratulations to the lucky Chantal! All that rain was welcome, I know. We had a downpour here this afternoon, but that's not all that unusual! Your pickles look delish! I need to make some, but I've been feeling SO lazy!

lefuntz said...

Congratulations to Chantal. Mmm I love sweet pickles. They look delicious. I wish there was a way to share weather. We need it desperately and other parts of the country are getting too much. I'm not sure froggy will like how dry it is here but he is welcome.

Guilitta said...

Your frog looks great. You are a good designer. Wish you a good time.

Greeting Guilitta


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