I stitched along on my Red Thread piece last night. I have finished the left six boxes and am working along on the right six. I am only stitching the tops for placement purposes, since the red thread moves between the boxes, so no sense in stitching the whole thing only to have to rip it out. Once I get all my box tops stitched, I’ll move along to my January block. As I mentioned in my last post I am having an issue with my fabric.
Oh, and have you seen the new Provence Mandala from Martina Weber? I just think it’s gorgeous. It would be so pretty in my kitchen. I think on white, with the blue borders it looks like a china pattern. Love it!
Well, I think that’s about it for me today. I had to call the HR department at my old job to find out when I should expect my severance payout. It’s due here on the 29th, which will be a big relief. I did talk to our vet last night as well and told her that it was probably a blessing in disguise that I am home right now instead of working, so that I can keep an eye on Romeo. We had to increase his insulin dose because his blood sugar was still too high. I’m glad I can watch him though to make sure he doesn’t get into a low blood sugar situation. There is a silver lining in everything, right?! He will be going in for the day next week so that they can test him again and see how he’s doing. I’ve been job finding (rather than searching) and also working on Tesori a little bit here and there. I think I will easily get one block done this week, but finishing a second will be a push. I’m gonna try though! Eric has another business trip to go on, so I will have another 24 hours of intense stitching coming my way soon! Hope you’re all having a great week!
Walk to Rivendell: Camp in thickets. (Total Miles Walked: 265)
I am grateful for being able to watch Romeo.