I can't believe the month of July is over half gone! When I was in the closet a few minutes ago searching for something, I found this gem. I knew I had stitched it, but totally forgot it was framed and ready for it's debut on the wall until I saw it! I don't know what's wrong with my mind, I swear I forget things too easily... I'm blaming it on menopause.
All our family gathered this morning to help our daughter and son-in-law move into their new place. They have been renting an upstairs apartment since they got married in April, but found the chance to upgrade to a cute little house. So, last evening and this morning we have been helping them. Our son, and his fiancée (the budding cross stitcher) were here to help as well, so we managed to get their big items moved and most all of the small things. Moving is such a big job! I don't even want to think about packing up our stuff and moving! We have lived in our home since 1988. It is actually the house I grew up in.
I finished the Liberty House piece from With Thy Needle and Thread. I have it pressed and languishing in my drawer of stitched completions. I have started a new project... I know, shocking, right?! I haven't had much time to stitch this week.
I have the chart anchored nicely in my new magnetic board chart holder....
I had a nice birthday with dinner out to a favorite restaurant with Mike and the kids, then back to our son's home for presents! I was thoroughly spoiled, and loved it all.
Work has been busy for me. With the end of our fiscal year I have had lots of year end reports to do, and now will be working on the budget. Fun stuff.
We have been having some beautiful weather lately, mid 70s for highs with low humidity. However it is supposed to return to more Illinois type summer heat and humidity this coming week.
Lauren has been stitching away, and is close to being done with her second project! She brought it along today to show me. I'm so pleased she is having so much fun with this!
We are all going to a minor league baseball game tomorrow in Davenport. I hope the weather continues to be nice.
Well here's hoping your summer is going along swimmingly and you are finding time for your stitching projects.
I'm finding some quiet time this afternoon with the laundry going and some stitching between loads. I most likely will volunteer to help unpack some boxes later this evening....
Happy stitching my friends.