Hiya. How's your week going? Are you needing a jacket in the middle of August? The way this month has been progressing it may snow in September. I know, I know.
Many most of you like frost on your pumpkins.
I've been working on tags and only came up with four new house labels. It seems the sampler or alphabet tags aren't as popular so I didn't work on any, but still may because those are my preference. And I'm in control.
PS's Old World Santas were to be the next project but I can't find them. I really got some things in order the other day but the Christmas charts are ????? So I went through the samplers and decided on several, then started weeding out fancy borders, over one stitching, and motifs. Simple and quick seems the best choice with all the house disorder. The sanding companies are coming today for estimates and they both claim to be dust-free. Although the photos are bad, I like the choices.
R&R's very primitive and quite different piece. The colors I choose will be more prominent.
R&R's Mary Ann Bradbury. Small yet several different stitch styles. Calls for flower thread but I will use DMC.
Hoping to finish the tags today and will start stitching this evening.
Look who snuck onto the deck for a snack. Bud was sound asleep 10 feet away. And this is something you don't see very often. A groundhog lounging on your fence.
While working outside, some sort of flying critter flew into my hair (which many mistake for shelter), so I had to brush it. With my hair, not a good idea. It's best to leave it alone. Never did find the bug.
I went for a haircut the next day and the only change is that it's a shorter bush now. She didn't find the bug either so it must have suffocated or found its way out. Now my hair goes out to a point and comes back in so I have a bevel head. It feels weird.
And look at my second bean string. Love the color!
The sander will be here in a few minutes so I better start watching for him.
Thanks for visiting! Enjoy your day.