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Monday, 22 January 2007

Do your family ...

leave you alone when you are stitching?? or do they always seem to want you for something?? this weekend i've had quite a bit if uninterrupted time to myself, kids were busy and DH was researching his family history so i was left to sit and watch an old movie or two on the TV and stitch away happily, only having a break to keep the cups of tea coming

I can't believe how fast this has grown, it's going to one of those projects that i'm sad to see finished, do you have ones like that too ?




No sign of the snow that they were predicting today, although when i was out running errands this morning (including posting out the 'Tuck of Love' for the exchange at TS) there was a nasty hail storm. The sun is shining now but it is becomming very, very cold and the wind is howling again, the British weather is so unpredictable, i wish it was like it used to be when i was a child and you had proper seasons !!!! well thats how it seemed way back then LOL

5 comments:

  1. Hi Julie, WOW Barnabee is gorgeous and growing so fast. How great you got a few hours to yourself to stitch.
    Snow was here this morning and to get worse during the week.... great.
    Huggles to you.....

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  2. Barnabee is looking fantastic Julie! You're going to have him finished a lot quicker than I did!

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  3. Barnabee is wonderful I am enjoying seeing your wip pics. I have just started my tuck of love it will be finished soon and in the post by the end of the week

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  4. wow you have made progress Julie by the time I come back from my hols it will be all done.

    Helen

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