Primitive Needle Simply Live on 36 ct. Silkweaver Purely Primitive with Crescent Colors conversion.
I am not sure what I will put in my Friday slot. I am thinking I might start either Lizzie Kate's ABC Lessons or Country Cottage Needleworks' Bayside Bungalows. I want to put something in that slot that won't take forever to finish.
Saturday night I worked on Blessings and Kind Wishes. I made some progress on the house.In other news, we had quite a scary event very early Friday morning. I awoke around 4:15 a.m. to the sound of thunderstorm. I awoke my husband about ten minutes later to ask him if he thought it was hailing. The wind was blowing hard, and it was starting to storm even harder. We both were laying there listening, when all of a sudden, we heard a roar (like a train). Without saying a word, we both bolted out of bed, ran to Jake's room, scooped him out of bed, and flew down the stairs to the basement. The next morning, we found our huge wooden swing set in a crumpled mess in the backyard. I am pretty sure we had a small tornado pass right behind our house. Several neighbors had damage as well. I am so glad it was the swing set and not the house...or us. Very thankful!!!
Here's my sweet Boo. He is an outdoor cat who visits us indoors on occasion. He's enjoying a nap in the sun on this sunny but cold Sunday afternoon.
I think someone is a little jealous...
Time to round up the rest of the family and get everyone ready for church. Afterwards, I hope to pull out This is the Day. I usually spend Sunday afternoons stitching, but I had errands to run today. I am looking forward to stitching (hopefully) a lot tonight.
Until next time...