Each of the flowers has
4-6 individual cast-on stitches.
There are probably 40-70 loops per flower.
At this point, it is - most likely - a stitch I wouldn't use again in the future. At least I learned how to the stitch and know what it is if I ever hear it mentioned.
The two-page journal spread for the week.
Although the image is of a buck, when we were driving back home after having Sophia's harp repaired one afternoon, there was a a trio of deer standing in a grassy, wooded area near the road. It was a mother and her two young ones. It was a such a pleasant surprise to see them in the afternoon (usually we see them early in the morning or at dusk).