Well, things have been a little crazy over the last week or so. Last Sunday, I was hit with the absolutely worse stomach flu/possibly food poisoning I have ever had. I thought I was going to die. I really hate throwing up, and it had been a really long time since I had. I was soooo glad it only lasted about 24 hours or so. If I could have missed work on Tuesday, I would have, but my boss called on Monday and asked if I was going to be Tuesday. I told her as long as I wasn't throwing up, I would. So I did.
Oh well. Enough gross stuff. Well, here is my finish for the week. This is for Joanne's LHN RR. I was the last to stitch on it. I think it turned out pretty good. The next picture is the completed RR. I just finished it tonight. I will be mailing it out to her later this week.
This picture is Debbie's (pharlap) RR. I'm still working on it though. Hopefully I'll have it done within a couple of days. I'm also working on a piece for Amy on the MAW board. I can't show it though. When I'm done with that, I think I'll be done with all of my obligation stitching for awhile.
This is my son working on his Valentine box. Even he got into working on it. We've had some big accomplishments with the kids lately. All on the same day in fact. My youngest came home with a special certificate called "Caught Being Good". It's a program where the kids can be caught doing something nice for someone. Then my son got a high A on his Social Studies test, and he won a contest at school. Then my almost 9 yr. old daughter, was chosen as one of 6 kids who won an essay contest on Abraham Lincoln at school. She got to go to his special 200th Birthday party in a town near us. What thrilled us even more is that than her picture was on the front page of the newspaper in our area. It was the neatest thing.
Does anyone know of anywhere to buy the Q Snap covers or know of a pattern to make it? I would really like to make or buy some of them?
My thoughts and prayers go out to so many online blogging friends. I've seen a lot of posts about illnesses and deaths lately.
Take care and Happy Stitching!