Keeping busy with stitching, cooking, walks and workouts. I've been working from home since St Patrick's Day. I was struggling at the end of this week. But sunshine, a three mile walk, yard work, stitching and baking gave me a boost.
Just Gail asked about the kittens on my shelf from my last post. This was a gift from our friends visit to Italy; it's a lace piece.
We cat sit for each other.
Last nights progress on Christmas at Hawk Run Hallow. The night sky has fallen as the skaters stay warm by the fire. Finished the sleigh last night.
I've been trying to post more stitch pictures on my Instagram - Crabapple
I just found Cricket Bug Corner today, but have been following a few others for sometime.
Definitely quicker to post. But I am still enjoying blog posts too. :)
Finding strength in strong coffee
Put a bear in the window, although we live on a country lane, we get a few walkers pass by from up the road.
Finished a quick freebie stitch from Jeannette Douglas Designs -
Be Well Mini Bouquet
A temporary finish in a tuck pillow. I'm not as creative and clever with finished as so many of you are. I will eventually frame it.
It was a much needed escape!
Then we traipse through the orchard on Sunday.
So glad we picked this place when we moved to Maine. The Rail Trail is a short walk from the house, gives us miles of woodsy walking/jogging and lake views.
Made a pistachio cake the week before.
Last night a baked Ultimate Chocolate Chip Cookies from a Mason jar recipe gift that was in the pantry. Yum!
The cats have adjusted to me working from home.
Everyone is enjoying the sunshine!
Yesterday on 4/4/20 the Hubby and I participated in a virtual memorial walk. Since the current circumstances prevented the event from being in person, everyone participated at home.
Honoring Spc Dustin J Harris who was killed on 4/6/06 in Afghanistan.
Remember. Honor. Not Forgotten.
Stay strong, be well, keep stitching.