Saturday, September 10, 2016

WIP Houses of Hawk Run Hollow

Good Day to you.

Thanks for stopping by here. I know I haven't been around here much lately, and I miss my blogging world.

I am now back to work very much full time and then some, and it's quite a change after fourteen months of not working. I love my job though, so that makes it easier. I feel extremely fortunate to do what I love as a profession. Every day at work is uplifting, although not always easy.

I haven't had much time to stitch, but I have made a bit of progress on Houses of Hawk Run Hollow.

Here it is:



I was able to get a lot of projects done while I wasn't working. I know that an abundance of stitching will have to wait until my next big break in work, or retirement.  

Thanks for stopping by today!



1 comment:

  1. Working full-time provides us with money to spend on needlepoint projects, but leaves little or no time to work them...Not working gives us plenty of time to work our needlepoint projects, but leaves us with no money to purchase them...It's a never ending vicious cycle...Oh well, happy stitchin'...
    Carolyn
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