Wednesday, July 30, 2008
Monday, July 28, 2008
Tuesday, July 15, 2008
Thursday, July 10, 2008
In any case, the kits arrived from The Stitchery in yesterday's mail and I set her up with a packet of Piecemaker needles, her own embroidery scissors, a little zippered tools case, and the Black Cat Biscornu that may be seen in the June 28th post. I zig-zagged the edges of the white aida that came with the Twelve Cat Sampler. Last night, she went directly from work to the appointment for facial and massage I had set up for her, so we didn't have time to start stitching ... that treat is reserved tonight. The poor kid has been home from the West Coast only three weeks and has been so involved in house-hunting, opening her new office and starting up all the summer camps for the Mad Science franchise she manages ... putting in 12 and 14 hour days, 7 days a week ... she really needed the facial and massage. She goes back to Oregon next Wednesday, to help Martin pack up their household goods which will be sent East by container service [train and truck], sell one of the cars, pack the two dogs and seven cats in the remaining car and drive cross-country to be back for the first week of August in time for my grandson's christening. Talk about stress!!!
I shall be pleased to have her only an hour's drive away instead of two connecting flights across the breadth of the entire country. We should be able to see her every few weeks instead of two or three times a year. Of course, Sean, his wife, Christina and my grandson, Liam, are still stationed in Washington state ... so there will still be some long distance travelling in my future. At least, my younger son, Danny, lives a mere 15 minutes from the house, two towns to the south and west.
Tuesday, July 8, 2008
Monday, July 7, 2008
Friday, July 4, 2008
Wednesday, July 2, 2008
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
-- Raise the Roof's Crabby All Year: the September, October, November & December blocks. and then take it to the new framer in Suffern. I start the month with the September box nearly complete.
--Put in at least 10 hours on Teresa Wentzler's Autumn Faerie since I hope to have it ready for Christmas as a gift for Angela.
--Resume stitching Angela's Celtic Tarot Cards - aim to complete one a month until they are done.
--Check catalogs for availability of gingham print tea towels in green - to stitch a set of tea towels with the Dragon Dreams Christmas ornament charts from Just Cross Stitch magazine.