Friday, September 18, 2009

prayers answered

Okay, maybe the sun gods didn’t show, but the rain clouds did part long enough that Cameron and I made it to the Greenway for my much needed and craved for walk and afterwards we went to the nearby park so Cameron could run around and get crazy. Besides Cameron was such a good sport during the stroll he deserved it. We came home and Cameron had lunch and now he's napping.

I wanted to take full advantage of no rain and the sky acted as if it wanted to allow that hidden sun some face time so I decided I better get Jose’s camera and start the progress photo shoot.




The progress I’ve made on Mayflower Landing since last Saturday even though I haven’t really picked it up at all this week b/c I’ve been working on and off on


…a witchy pinkeep by Stacy Nash from her new Merry Hallowe'en booklet. I have forgotten the name of it right now and am too lazy to get up to go check. I’m stitching it on 32 ct. Pearl Grey. Very neat.

That’s all I have for now. It appears it’s going to thunderstorm shortly. Those damn clouds are back. I don’t want fall to arrive. I know everyone else does, but I don’t like cool/cold weather. Winter is even worse for me – too depressing. I just don’t enjoy it anymore. I much prefer the hot, hot summers. Just send me to the sun. Talk soon!



Thanks for the prayers and well wishes! It worked.

7 comments:

Deb said...

I just love the colors in Mayflower Landing. And your stitching is wonderful. Love the SN piece too - I'll have to look both of these up!

Melissa said...

I see lovely stitching in progress! I'm glad you got out for a walk. I know what you mean about the dark weather in the fall and feeling blue. I know your stitching will keep the sunshine going inside!

Nancy said...

Nice progress on both pieces Julie! Mayflower Landing looks so pretty, and I love the colors.

kimstitch3 said...

Glad you had a good day today hon. I love your 2 wips.Looking great. Take care, see you on Market day or stitch night on November 21.God bless you all,Kimberly

Siobhan said...

Lovely stitching progress, Julie! I'm glad you were able to get out for a walk--makes a big difference, doesn't it?

Andrea said...

Wonderful WIPs.

mainely stitching said...

I'm glad you got a break in the weather and that you took advantage of it. I have a problem with ongoing dreary weather, too.

LOVE your stitching progress!!!