I am currently participating in 2 Halloween exchanges - on on the 123 Stitch Message Board and through a new group called Stitch, Create, Exchange now that the Stitched with Love Exchanges group has closed. I finished the piece for the 123 exchange and currently working on the one for SCE.
I am also working on 2 Mystery Samplers (although the mysteries have long been revealed). The first one is LHN's Song of The Seasons and the BRD's Blue Jeans and Daisies.
The Ist part of the L*K Christmas Mystery Sampler - Holly & Hearts has been shipped so I really need to get 'needling' on these 2. But I am my own worst enemy. When I saw the preview of the new limited edition kit from the St. Charles Needlework Market - Forget-Me-Not by Country Stitches/With Thy Needle & Thread, I had to preorder it. It arrived last week and naturally I had to start it. But first I had to coffee dye the fabric in the kit.
and then my first stiches. (The colour is off here it is more like the above "after" picture.)
I am also finishing up another scarf for the Pink Scarf Project. I have 2 more on the go. I hope to have them in the mail by Monday.
Free Pattern from Bernat using Boa - Chick
The Curse of the Pharoahs - Elizabeth Peters (audiobook)
The Tudor Secret - C. W. Gortner
The Red Queen - Philippa Gregory (audiobook)
To The Nines - Janet Evanovich
Ice Cold - Tess Gerritsen (e-book)
The Scarecrow - Michael Connelly (audiobook)
The Silent Girl - Tess Gerritsen (e-book)
The Swan Thieves - Elizabeth Kostova (audiobook)
A Cookbook Conspiracy - Kate Carlisle
I am currently listening to The Trouble Man by Henning Mankell and reading Last to Die by Tess Gerritsen.
But before you think I have just been sitting on my backside I have continued my daily walks that I started several weeks ago. I was getting up at 6:00 am to walk the dog before going into work. I am not getting up as early right now because my DH wants to join me (there has been bear sitings and he doesn't want me walking alone) and he is not by nature an early riser (though he does surprise me on occasion.)
When I started my early morning walks I also started taking a picture to wish everyone a "Good Morning" on Facebook. Although my walks are a little later in the day right now, I am still getting up at sunrise to get my good morning picture.
The weather was still quite hot the first week (hot enough for Margaritas, even) but now it is getting cooler. But I love it out there, regardless. No matter what the weather. I reallyenjoy watching the geese starting their migration, watching the squirrels and the bluejays also getting ready for winter.
Well, that is it for now. Take care and happy stitching.
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