Thursday, April 29, 2010
Well anothor exchange has arrived at its new home and I can now show you all, what it looks like. This is a freebie pattern from Gazette 94 that I stitched. I loved it and April does too.
Busy with some new exchanges at the moment so no piccies of them.
Monday, April 26, 2010
Well at last another exchange has arrived safely at it destination. I stitched these tiny little trees for Berit, who was my partner in this exchange. She loved them. I hope you don't mind Berit, I'm using your pictures as I forgot to take some before posting.
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Outside my window... ~chilly and raining
I am thinking... ~just a few more days till the easter weekend
I am thankful for... ~my every day
I am wearing... ~ jeans, brown shirt, loads of bangles and beads
I am remembering... ~the wonderful past couple of days
I am going... ~ to do some cross stitching after supper
I am currently reading... ~Sanctuary / Nora Roberts
I am hoping... ~that this winter is really cold
On my mind... ~supper tonight
Noticing that... ~time flies when you are having fun
From the kitchen... ~spicy chicken breast with rice and veg
Around the house... ~normal Tuesday
One of my favorite things ~ early morning when the birds start to sing and it is still dark outside
My picture for thought .... raindrops keep falling on my head...
Saturday, March 20, 2010
I have joined The Simple Womans Daybook, what a lovely idea.
Outside my window... the sun is shining brightly
I am thinking... of the end of summer
I am thankful for... my family
From the kitchen... smells of a lovely lunch (Thai Beef Salad)
I am wearing... jeans
I am creating... cross stitching exhange, not sure of the finishing yet
I am reading... Third Degree by Greg Iles
I am hoping... for a lovely relaxing weekend spent with friends and family
I am hearing... the birds chirping outside
Around the house... my furbabies are fast asleep
One of my favorite things... cross stitching
Here is picture for thought I am sharing.. a field filled with daisies
Monday, March 15, 2010
DH and me went to see the last performance of Cliff Richard & The Shadows. It was their Final World Tour, with their last show in Johannesburg at The Dome. Wow, I was blown away, don't have words to describe how wonderful it was.
Cliff and The Shadows (Hank Marvin, Bruce Welch and Brian Bennett) dominated the British popular music scene in the late 1950s and early 1960s, enjoying both solo and joint success. Between them they achieved no less than 19 number one hits including Living Doll, Bachelor Boy, Summer Holiday, The Young Ones, Apache and Wonderful Land.
An absolutely stunning evening, well worth the wait to see them.