It's been another busy week and it looks like I might only be blogging once or twice a week from now on. Life is certainly fuller here than it was in New Zealand! And the great news is that summer has finally arrived. It's been really warm the last few days and today is beautiful too. I'll be sitting out in the garden proofreading later. It was beautiful in Cambridge yesterday - I wish I'd had my camera with me to take some photos to show you. Such an English day with roses blooming and people in the parks. It was wonderful!
On to the stitching... I spent four days working on Garnet last weekend and I made a lot of progress. I was sorry to put it away but I have some secret stitching I'm working on.
And here's this month's stitching report:
HAED RR round 5
Little Critters exchange
Toccata II (Drawn Thread)
Quaker Stocking (Carriage House Samplings)
Finished stitching but not made up
Seasonal exchange 1
Beatrix Potter's Quaker Sampler
Gift for a friend
Made progress on
Blackstone Fantasy Garden
I'll leave you with some pictures of Lulu enjoying a ray of sunlight. She looks like butter wouldn't melt in her month but the little terror brought us another bird at 4.30 this morning. It was unhurt, just shocked, and we managed to rescue it and it flew away. She's a good hunter but I wish she wasn't!