Sooooo, I spent the weekend with my GF stitchin' and 'you know what'.
I worked on my lovely siren from Plum Street Sampler.
Hope to get a few more stitches in today.
I hit the road early on Sunday to head home to be ahead of the nasty freezing rain predicted for our area. I was home just before 9AM and had convinced the hubby to go sledding. Its a good thing we did; the blowing rain last night washed most of the snow away!! He had gone out with his buddy on Saturday. We headed out for breakfast and where ever the trail took us. We had a gas station breakfast in Dexter and decided to keep going. We hit Dover by lunch time and turned around to head home. We had some freezing rain on the return ride and the trail was starting to get choppy. It was so much fun; I really enjoyed it.
Ice fishing on Lake Wassookeag, Dexter
Headed North after stopping for breakfast and gas
Snowmobiles across Lake Wassoogkeag
Trail in Dover heads to Greenville
Pit Stop in Dover before heading home
Sebasticook Lake, Newport, Maine
We made it home by 1:30; in time to put Hamburger Soup in the crockpot,
start a fire and snuggle in for the game.
I was rooting for Green Bay but was impressed with the Seahawks turn around and win.
Congrats to the Seahawks fans!
Today I plan to get some things organized along with my regular puttering around and WILL get some stitches in. Maybe I should stitch for an hour and then putter. Yea, that sounds like a plan.
May this day remind us that each day we should strive for peace among us all.
"Peace is not merely a distant goal we seek,
but a means by which we arrive at that goal."
- Martin Luther King Jr.