Thursday, July 30, 2015

The Song Remains the Same

   Thank you all so very much for your kind comments on my last post.  Things remain pretty much the same, still waiting for insurance to resolve, etc, etc.  It is nice having the chick back in the nest, even if only for a short time.  He is anxious to get back to work but for now,  it is helping me to have him here.  We are managing to live more calmly and quietly now and for my own mental health, the paperwork can continue at its slow pace. I am in no hurry to get him back on the road.
   I have been spending a lot of time with my needle.  I usually take the summer off from all my groups and organizations so that leaves me a lot more time to putter.  My house is being neglected, not something I  am known to do, but I am still a little scattered mentally and have no interest in more than basic cleaning yet.  So,  I stitch.
  I still don't have any new finishes but at least I managed to concentrate on just two pieces since my last post.  I am at about the half way point with my Little House piece.  Love the little fox!

I am also back to work on the Serenity Harbor SAL.  I am trying not to get too far behind with it and since part 8 is coming out in a couple of days, I need to make some serious progress in it!

This is part 5 and I should be able to finish it in a day or two.  Then I think I'll move back to the LHN piece so hopefully I can finish it by the end of the SAL.  We'll see.  The Norden Online Market is coming up and I may find something I have to start right away.  Giving myself permission to go where the wind blows me!

  Talk again soon,  Laura


  1. Nice progress on both of your WIPs, Laura! That fox is a cutie. Enjoy your weekend!

    Robin in Virginia

  2. Glad to hear everything is moving along with the paperwork at a slower pace so that you can have your son around, to reassure you he is okay. I know what that is like, and I am with ya! Meanwhile, your stitching is looking very good! Doing fine in that department... Hugs!


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