Well, I am nearly coming to the end of my Autumn Quaker (by Rosewood Manor). I stitched a lot this weekend. Last week I had that icky flu that is going around. On Friday I could barely talk on the phone, so I ran over to Doctors on Duty. My diagnosis was bronchitis and a sinus infection. Hence, I logged much sofa time this weekend and stitched away. I had big plans for cleaning my office/craft room this weekend, but I guess it will have to wait.
Today I was somewhat able to move freely about the cabin. Liesl was looking like a total ragamuffin, so I gave her a quick trim and a much needed bath. I trim Liesl according to her patience level. She does not get a full styling all at once. So today, I just got to use the clippers to get some of the hair off her back, head and chest. I also trimmed her bangs. Then it was bath time. We have had a plethora of gophers in the yard, so she has been sticking her head down gopher holes. That beard was filthy. She seemed a little grateful for the bath afterwards, but she will never admit it.
It is hard to believe it is June already. While every other part of the country is warm or hot during the summer, here on the Monterey Peninsula it is cold and foggy. It is what the locals refer to as "June Gloom." While the rest of the country is barbecuing, we are thinking about what soup to make so we may keep warm. So spending the weekend at home was not a bad thing. It was nice to be cozy indoors.
I am trying to decide what I will stitch next after I finish this project. I bought some really awesome Christmas ornament patterns earlier this year. So I think I will start on some nice small projects. I also bought some lovely hardanger patterns which I would like to stitch as well. I have always been a fan of big projects but it will be nice to have some quicker finishes.
Have a happy week!