After the morning's yuckiness, I decided to take out one of my boxes of kits and see what I had in there. It was like going through a toy box. I nearly pulled out a larger Shepherd's Bush kit, but then I spotted an old Lori Birmingham Altoid Tin kit. This peaked my interest in several ways. The first being that I think very highly of Lori Birmingham, having taken a class from her at CATS several years ago. She is a neat lady. The second reason is that it is in alignment with my wanting to do more smalls. The last reason is that my eyes fell across two of my favorite words in stitching--Queen Stitch. Readers of this blog who have been around for a while know that I can go on and on about how much I love to do Queen Stitch. I think it will look especially cute on this piece.
I am feeling a bit better than this morning. I rested and tried not to overdo anything today. I also ate really healthy food today and got some fresh air by taking Liesl for a little walk. The doctor said that I can take little walks and that it is good for me. One of my highlights of my day is walking with Liesl. Anyone who has experience with this breed knows the happy trot that they have. She trots along with her ears back and just looks so happy that it makes me happy to watch her.
I got to stitch tonight while watching the Mythbusters marathon on Discovery. I love this show. It is just so fascinating how they use science to prove or disprove urban legends.
Well, off to dreamland...