My husband and the two guests went on a road trip on Saturday to have a look at the scenery around here - they went towards Saskachewan to see what a real prairie looks like. They took some photos and I thought I would share some of my favourites. Please click on them to see them closer/bigger.
They saw a couple of animals along the way as well, and I just love these old farm houses.
In the stitching front, I was good and went back to stitching my alphabet blocks, I'm working "n" right now and am just a bit more than 1/2 done. I should have a happy dance photo in the next day or so. However, in the mean time I have joined another SAL (click on button for rules)
So as of today, I have emptied out my ort jar and have started brand new. I will have to find a bigger jar, as mine fills up fairly quickly, but till then here is my jar all empty and void of orts just waiting to start the SAL with tonight's stitching session.
We're supposed to do progress pictures every new moon, and since this month's new moon falls on Monday the 22nd, we'll see how much/many orts I can get in there before then.
I know its silly, but it is a neat way of recording your stitching adventures, and it will be fun to look back at at the end of the year. Let's see what I can produce in the next six months! So if you are up for a little silliness and fun, please join us!