Apr 22, 2012

A little chart for you part 2 and an egg critter

Hiya.  Me again.  In case you downloaded the chart or were interested in stitching this, I thought I would show you the update that I changed on the original post.  I don't know how to publish the edited version as a new post so here's the chart with the verse.  So many emails from readers (THANK YOU!!) that like the chart but knew that the initials wouldn't work, so I graphed two different lines if you would prefer either of these.  It could be stitched without the verse, too.  On 28 count it would fit in a 5x7 frame if you remove the entire top branch, or without the verse and roots.  So here you go.




 
And now for the egg critter.  I made a few hard boiled eggs for a chicken salad and look what I got.  This never happened before!!  The entire yolk held together and scared the heck out of me when I took the lid off the pan.  I thought I boiled a baby chick!!  The rest is still in the shell. 
That's it!!

Later!!

17 comments:

Shirlee said...

Yikes! I would've jumped back & let out a screech if I had opened that pot lid & seen what looked like a boiled baby chick! You need some chocolate my dear : )

Samplings from Spring Creek said...

WOW! Seeing that egg would have scared the heck out of me!

The chart is lovely, thank you for sharing

Bertie said...

How funny is that, this boiled egg is ready for the Guinnes book of Records!!
Thanks for the updated charts, you work very hard on our behalf's!!!
Should I send you some more chocolate!! LOL

Margaret said...

Ok, that egg is freaky. Would have scared me to death! Yikes! Thanks again for the charts!

Deb said...

I'm laughing here about the egg because my daughter and a friend of hers had to make a dish this afternoon for their Spanish class tomorrow and it involved hard boiled eggs. One cracked a little and we had one that looked like it's twin. Kind of freaky, isn't i?! LOL Neither one of them wanted to touch it!!

Vickie said...

Thanks for this chart, how different, I like it. I don't like the egg however. :)

Penny said...

Whoa -- that egg scared the bejeepers out of me... I can only imagine what you thought when you took the top of the pot!!! Never had one where the whole yolk came out like that....
Thanks for the options on the stitchery..... love them all....
Have a happy week ahead!

Carol said...

Marly, both "endings" for your chart are wonderful... thanks again!

That boiled egg is one of the oddest things I've seen--and such a yellow, yellow yolk. Very weird!!

Rugs and Pugs said...

Marly ~
I think only you could end up with such an egg creation...lol!
Hugs :)
Lauren

Krista said...

What a sweet chart.
That is one scary egg! LOL

Penny said...

A sweet little memorial sampler - thanks for sharing!
I've never seen an egg do that before. I can see why you might have been a little startled. :D

Sherry said...

What a funny egg. I probably would have been scared by it too though!

Loraine said...

What a great chart. Thanks for providing the changes!
Oh, the egg...I can just imagine the feeling you got when you saw that. You are such a wonderful protector of animals too! Glad it was a false alarm. :)

Laura said...

That funky egg would have ruined any egg salad notions for me. Eww!

Patty C. said...

ROFLOL - Nice egg -
Thank you for the lovely freebie :)

TheCrankyCrow said...

Here I was about to gush all over that sweet little memorial chart you did up, then I see THAT!! THAT is positively, unequivocally, FREAKY! If I have nightmares tonight, it's your fault Miss Marly! YIKES! :o Robin

Gettysburg Homestead said...

How did I miss this? Thanks for the awesome charts!

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