I had the stitching session on the Ozark SAL the previous night, as planned, then followed it up with an afternoon session yesterday and finally got it finished in the early evening. Here's a pic of what will fit on the scanner:
Pretty colours on this too but Boy, was I glad to finally finish with that border! Part 2 of the For Amanda SAL is printed out, ready to go, and so is the Monthly Challenge piece: haven't decided on colours for the Challenge piece yet (still playing with a couple of ideas), so shall stick with the SAL stitching for now.
Didn't feel too great last night and went to bed around 10pm (not like me at all) and woke up wheezing like a set of old bellows today, so not fit for much of anything at the minute. My DSis is to blame: she wasn't feeling well when we were with her on Sunday, so I've obviously breathed in her lergy. She had to go see her GP on Monday and is currently on anti-biotics and has been told to go back in a couple of weeks for asthma tests, as her oxygen level is lower than it should be. I shall phone her tonight, see how she is doing and let her know I've gone right off her - she's only supposed to share good stuff! LOL ;0)DS is rather busy again: the rehearsals for Canterbury Tales are now in full swing, ready for Show Week in May, so he's out most nights. Strange how much quieter the evenings seem! LOL
DH is still busy at work, thanks to Disaster 5, which is still continuing to throw wobblers at regular intervals - it certainly seems to be one of those jinxed jobs that everyone will be glad to see the back of. Roll on his retirement! He's managed to have a play with the digicam port thingies, got them working properly (guess who hadn't realised they weren't!) and has had a go at transferring pics - still don't know how to do this yet, as I left him playing while I went to bed. Hopefully I shall get a lesson on it all tonight.......... my lergy and his job permitting!
We were planning on having a busy weekend, getting a few jobs done here on Saturday, then going over to Doncaster to take my DSis out on Sunday but between me and her not feeling too great and the weather warnings in the UK for severe gales on Sunday night and Monday morning (potential gusts of up to 80mph - forecasters are warning people not to travel!) we may have to have a re-think. It keeps going dark and dingy today, with occasional gusts of wind, so guess it's either already on a slow build up or just giving a warning of what's in store. :0(
Many thanks for visiting and hope you all have a good weekend, whatever the weather. Stay safe! :0)