|"I knew you before I formed you in your mother's womb. Before you were born I set you apart and appointed you as my prophet to the nations." ~ Jeremiah 1:5, NLT|
|God knew you, as he knew Jeremiah, long before you were born or even conceived. He thought about you and planned for you. When you feel discouraged or inadequate, remember that God has always thought of you as valuable and that he has a purpose in mind for you.|
It's been beautiful in the Texas Hill Country but all good things must end and we will be traveling back to El Paso tomorrow. By the way, we love El Paso too so it's all good :) I'll get some more hexies made tomorrow and maybe a little crochet done since I've been ignoring that.
We've been hunting some. You may have heard how feral hogs are spreading all over south Texas. They are considered predators since they compete with the whitetail deer for food. They will also kill the whitetail deer and are a threat to their population. We are not a threat to the whitetail population as we will harvest one or two per season and we use them as food. All of my family enjoys venison and we eat it regularly. After that disclaimer I can continue about the threat of the feral hogs. When we sit in a deer blind and watch the wild game, when deer are feeding, they will disappear in a flash if feral hogs are in the area. Long story short (well, too late as I already made this pretty long but now I'm digressing...) anyway, I have managed to kill 3 little feral hogs. Remember that they will grow up to be parents of large litters and will begin to add to the hog population as early as 6 months of age. Not only that, but a little moving target is harder to hit so here is a photo of me with two feral hogs I killed.
Sewing these blocks up is even easier when you sew them up crooked like I did with I-1. I'm saying that the stripes just didn't line up and it only looks crooked.
That is all.